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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by angels4, Dec 22, 2008.
But the girls look snug as a bug in a rug in their Eglu run.
wow... thats a lot of snow
Quote:I know.......Especially since I moved to New England from Southern California via Chicago just last year, and to think the snow has just started in these parts.
Wow... my "Florida Crew" could not relate to that kind of weather...
Wow I was skeptical that those eggloo's could keep a small group of chickens warm enough in the winter. Boy that company should be paying you for such a great endorsement of their product.
I have actually shoveled the snow up to and all around the bottom of my coop. It makes for great insulation.
Looks good! I would probably be comfy in there, too!
never eve get that much snow here
aww you guys got hit by the storm ? I'm in MA too and our coop looked like a little ski shack! Your chickies look so cozy
Aww, that ain't much! We have that much on the ground here in MN, but it's come in tiny little amts and NOT MELTED B/C IT'S BEEN LIKE -5 although today it got up to 37*!!!!
ETA: ur chooks don't seem to mind it tho!!!