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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by jchny2000, Dec 18, 2012.
Saw this on Pinterest last night, good idea!!
great looking coop Julie.
Not so sure about the snake thing. Is it a trap?
I am catching up on posts and haven't read them all, but from my resources 68 degrees is the lowest temperature for four week old chicks.
Btw~ your chicks have GROWN! Very cute in their cabana. : - )
Sally- yes. I should've given more info. It said if you have snake problems to use a push trap to catch snakes and ever coupe should have one! We had a 6 ft black snake last year( didnt have chickens yet) but if your having a big problem it would be easy to use.
A couple of weeks ago I almost stepped on a black snake that was heading to my chicken coop. I nearly had a heart attack. My husband launched it into the weeds but I know it's still out there. I guess I should look into that thing. Makes me weak just thinking about it though
I hope it works.... Probably just depends on the hen. I've heard of hens pecking at the little newcomers and I've heard of hens taking babies right in. I have a hen right now with a little chick under her wing that doesn't belong to her. I'd like to know how it goes!
I am not a fan of snakes, but black snakes are 'gold'. I will take yours off your hands if you need.
Vigar49 & Thunder Chicken~ Welcome to the Indiana Thread!
Cluck Acres, Leahs Mom, animal luvr ~ Great to have you checking in again!
Congrats to jchny/Janet's new surprise goat! That was fast!
I just caught up with posts from the last couple of days (approx. 4,000 I think!) We were in Louisville last night for Steely Dan~ 13 excellent jazz musicians, and we're looking forward to the Poultry Fest at racinchickins's farm tomorrow~ numerous excellent poultry enthusiasts!
Wish everyone could be there!
I'm sure we'll be posting photos and stories to share with the Indiana Thread. : - )
Those are used to catch live fish for fish bait, we use them often to catch minnow and such for the larger game. Sure they can be used for snakes.
I could probably bring a camera for such things.