Newbie, Northeast Alabama

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Byfaith286, Feb 1, 2015.

  1. Byfaith286

    Byfaith286 Hatching

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    Just getting started in having chicks at home.
    Looking for chicks in the 6-8 months of age.
    Wanting 2 White Legorns and 2 Rhode Ilsland Reds. If anyone in Northeast Alabama
    Has or knows anyone that has these please contact.
    I have a new Urban Chicken Coop and it will sit directly on the grass, does anyone know if that will not be o.k.
     
  2. matt44644

    matt44644 Songster

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  3. mymilliefleur

    mymilliefleur Keeper of the Flock

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    Welcome to BYC! Feel free to ask any questions you may have, and make yourself at home! [​IMG]

    Good luck with your growing flock!

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  4. theoldchick

    theoldchick The Chicken Whisperer

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  5. Byfaith286

    Byfaith286 Hatching

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    Thanks to all with the replys, appreciate the warm welcome to BYC.
     
  6. Wyandottes7

    Wyandottes7 Crowing

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    Welcome to BYC![​IMG] I'm glad you joined us.

    I hope you can find the birds you're looking for!
     
  7. BantamLover21

    BantamLover21 Crowing

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    [​IMG] I'm glad you joined us!

    Good luck finding the birds you want!
     
  8. Byfaith286

    Byfaith286 Hatching

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    Bantamlover21, Thanks so much, I also hope I find what I am looking for.
     
  9. Kelsie2290

    Kelsie2290 Free Ranging

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    Hello :frow and Welcome To BYC!
     
  10. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years.

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    Some folks have grass or dirt floors, it does make it easy for predators to burrow underneath - especially rodents. Please check out the predator section to learn how to prevent diggers and other predators. Also the coops thread.

    Welcome to the flock.
     

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