It seems like every spring and fall I have new construction/renovation going on with my coop & run to add the newbies. This year it’s not any different since addiction with chicks color and different color eggs became a part of my life. I haven’t even finish the outside of the 2nd coop yet, but the 3-4 wk old chicks are ready to be out of our garage, the rain/snow crazy weather this year push my projects back. I have to cull the older 4-5 year olds but it seems like I can’t find the mental courage to do it. Not that am new to culling but makes me very sad and cause me not to eat chicken meat for weeks, though I know it’s for the general health of my layers, and my chickens had never had meds/pesticides or chemicals used on them, so in general better for food-soup, stew consumption. I’m just curious what do other do every spring regarding their flock management as a whole (i.e. coop, run, integration, desegregation, maintenance, spring clean up) ?