Really?

Discussion in 'Guinea Fowl' started by Joev1973, Jul 11, 2019 at 11:07 PM.

  1. Joev1973

    Joev1973 Songster

    Brand new coop.

    25+ feet of roost's with far more roosting space than needed.

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    I buy 8 guinea's bring them home for their first night in the new coop and what do they do??

    Climb on each other into a pile


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  2. GeeseMama

    GeeseMama Chirping

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    :lol::lol::lol::lol::he
    That's Guineas! Such...character...?
     
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  3. GeeseMama

    GeeseMama Chirping

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    Great coop btw
     
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  4. AmyJane725

    AmyJane725 Crowing

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    They look pretty young still. Might still be used to sleeping in a pile like keets rather than roosting like adults.

    Also, how high up off the ground are the roosts? Maybe they can't reach them.
     
  5. Joev1973

    Joev1973 Songster

    They are on the roost but instead of spreading out they climbed in each other lol
     
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  6. AmyJane725

    AmyJane725 Crowing

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    Oh, sorry. I couldn’t quite figure out what I was looking at. Honestly, I’m impressed they managed to do that without falling off.
     
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  7. 21hens-incharge

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    I love that foot on the wire for balance! :lau
     
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  8. cluckmecoop7

    cluckmecoop7 Crowing

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    LOL!


    How old are they? Still look a little young to be in a coop.
     
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  9. Joev1973

    Joev1973 Songster

    Cracking me up already. Now 20 chicks are in there with them. Its already noisy
     
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  10. 21hens-incharge

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    :hmm

    I brood in the coop....from day old onward.

    They look plenty old enough to be in a coop to me.
     

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