Keeping Newbies...Where Now?

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by VolailleAmant, Sep 3, 2016.

  1. VolailleAmant

    VolailleAmant Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Good Morning,
    I have a small "business" of selling meat, eggs, and chickens. In order to keep all of my hens laying continually, I must rotate hens every year......Old hens are sold, new hens are kept, and if I find any other new hens, I purchase those.......But if I were to start off with chicks now, that causes a bit of a problem space-wise.
    If you go onto my BYC profile, into pictures, my lovely little coop is there, it is divided into 2 parts- As shown.

    The first part, is for feed, and storage. the second half is for the hens and chickens living space, nesting boxes and roost.
    I am not allowed to keep the brooder in the house, so I keep it in the coop.....But where?
    Please recommend some places that might be a good spot!
    Thank you!


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