My flock's early morning range breakfast

DON956

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Nov 17, 2015
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let my flock come out and do a little range swipe early in the mornings for about 2 to 3 hrs and then again in the afternoon. Here some pics of my flock doing their thing.

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N F C

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Pretty birds! Thanks for sharing the photos, it's always fun to see other member's poultry.

Happy Thanksgiving!
 

Adalida

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Nov 21, 2015
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You've got a pretty flock! Are they cooperative when you put them away after they free range in the morning, or do you have to chase them around? Mine never want to go back to their home after they get a taste of freedom, except for at night when they get sleepy.
 

N F C

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You've got a pretty flock! Are they cooperative when you put them away after they free range in the morning, or do you have to chase them around? Mine never want to go back to their home after they get a taste of freedom, except for at night when they get sleepy.

I lure mine back into the run with a treat. They'll do just about anything for food, lol.
 

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