Keeping food out of the bedroom? humm...Roosting house.

Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by AllCoop'dUp, Jul 29, 2010.

  1. AllCoop'dUp

    AllCoop'dUp Songster

    May 12, 2010
    Creswell, Oregon
    I read a post earlier (darned if I can find it now!) saying that the person doesn't feed or have feed in the roosting house. My house is nearing completion and is a combined roost and nesting boxes. I haven't decided yet about providing food, but I have water plumbed in. How many other people don't have feed available in the house, but just water? The post said that it keeps the quarters cleaner, plus all they really need to be doing is sleeping anyway. If there's not any "food" to keep them occupied, are they more likely to pick at each other? The weather in Oregon isn't severe, so they'd be outside everyday with an option to come in the house anytime. I'd like to hear the pros and cons. Thanks!
  2. rrgrassi

    rrgrassi Chirping

    Jun 19, 2010
    Royse City
    I keep all food and water outside.

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