The coop is done and the chicks are outside running around! (Pictures!)

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by curiositykt, May 20, 2012.

  1. curiositykt

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    They are entirely unclear on the ramp. We lifted them down one by one to get them into the floor area! I'm not sure how tonight will go getting them back in!
     
  2. curiositykt

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  3. Nigellas

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    Awww, cute babies! Nice coop!
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  4. mrsc1951

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    You may have to physically put them in for a few nights, but then they will get the hang of it and go in on their own. We have a light in ours that comes on for about 20 minutes and that gives them time to get in and get up on the roost before it goes out. Allows enough time for pecking order arrangements, too. LOL
     
  5. MadHens

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    Very nice coop! What breed is the white chicken?
     
  6. ChickiesInUtah

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    Looks fantastic! [​IMG]
     
  7. curiositykt

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    The white chicken is an easter egger! She is entirely pure white with grey legs. She's the same age as the rest of them but has always been the biggest, We've nicknamed her Big Bird until we can tell the wynadottes apart.
     

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