Well, you may have to talk to the man about the concentration and misting but if you had oxine and the system produces a fine enough spray then in future you could put a symptomatic hen in the bush house.He does. It's set up in the bush house!
You're all in the clear, Shad. He's already asked what your advice is.Well, you may have to talk to the man about the concentration and misting but if you had oxine and the system produces a fine enough spray then in future you could put a symptomatic hen in the bush house.
Don't pass the blame onto me if he looks pissy about the idea.
I should make it absolutely clear I have never tried the misting technique.
Now you've mentioned it, I do recall.Unfortunately yes. I shouldn't have my chooks in my neighbours' yards ~ & that's where they venture if they've a mind. I have great neighbours but the chooks are still my responsibility to keep in my yard. Aoife, if you remember, did a circuit out over the bank of our property: 50' up amongst the treetops. If I were sensible I would stick with the heavy non~flighty breeds but I like the other...
I've been reading this site over breakfast and it seems to offer a lot of good advice.Don't know what to suggest that is practicable and quick.
For future reference this is what the pros use and I have some here for their water but it needs misting in the coop for that type of problem.
I thought you had them coming when you called at one stage Ribh. You may need to up their training.Yes, every chook we've owned has liked this particular area. In summer they go just that bit further & get under the shell ginger where it is cool & damp. Unfortunately it is really steep & that is problematic.