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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by dixiegal62, Mar 19, 2012.
for our bantams we ran out of wood but its almost done
LOOK HOW CUTE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
YOU ALL DID A GREAT JOB!
You have some beautiful birds.
Do you wait until the hen starts sitting and then mover her to the brooder?
I have no idea melodynye. This will be our first time using a pen, they've always just raised their chicks in the coop. But last year all the chicks died so we're going to try this. My girls are super broody so Im hoping putting them in the pens with a mate will do the trick. Plus I want to choose who breeds with whom.
We put them in their new pens this morning, lets just say I have some very unhappy chickens. Hopefully they'll settle in in a few days.
Awwwwwwwwwww, they'll be ok. Just like people, they don't like change.
Very nice! I have my silkies separated out so I can move broodies into a place on their own. If you are breeding, you can mark your eggs with who laid what and if they go broody, they won't care that they are confined.
I hope your right because I hate seeing them so upset. Going to try and hold out until Saturday and see of they get used to it.