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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by jchny2000, Dec 18, 2012.
Quote:these are pekin duck eggs. any suggestions? thanks for the reply
still needs paint and shingles but it's secure. Birds go in tonight. Hurray!
How cool is that?? Congratulations on your hard work!
Hmm... 27 years but I count my days when I was 17 and still in high school. I worked for Firestone for about 2 of those years. They transferred me 3 time, lol. I remember calling the Mazda MR2's MR Nots.
I went back to school and develop software now so I sit at a desk. Building the coop is the most physical labor I have done in years, lol. And I still need to add panels to enclose it for the winter. I don't ever want to fix cars for a living again but I do still have my tools.
Very nice. I wish I could build something that pretty.
Thanks miller birds and thunder chicken! I'm excited. We went from six birds to 15 LF 2 ducks and 7 bantams (and counting) so my carpenter husband did me a HUGE favor. I think he actually enjoyed putting it together more than he thought he would. I've even caught him holding the silkies and my frizzle . He's a bird man. Just took him a little longer to admit.
Quick question. I got my silkies today and they are younger then expected (2-3 days old). Can I put them under my broody hen who is sitting on nothing now? Will she raise them? If so how? I just don't wanna have to do the whole heat lamp thing again if I don't gotta.
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Wow! Looks great!
I think it would be alright but I'm no expert. I would put them under her in the evening or at night. Good luck!
Very nice looking coop!! (i like the background as well--looks quiet where you are!!)
Julie- the coup looks great!! Envious!!!