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Took my trio of chicks outside for the first time. The rest of the flock was very curious!

Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by freezerpops, May 5, 2018.

  1. freezerpops

    freezerpops Chirping

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    B86F6345-C803-4B5E-90D9-8324034F960D.jpeg 6A2A639B-0A84-4F1C-B24C-1C53845CB20D.jpeg 3D82326F-133D-41C5-AAE9-EAAE5B2DFE15.jpeg C94982A2-91BA-4F66-A2FF-587B35BAA416.jpeg Thought these were some cute pictures they didn’t last long due to a spring shower but they’ll go back out today for the day.
     
  2. PrettyChickens15

    PrettyChickens15 Songster

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    Adorable!
    Just make sure those big ones can't get to the chicks because they would kill them.
    Also if the chicks are huddling together a lot they're cold so probably bring them in if that happens. :p
     
  3. freezerpops

    freezerpops Chirping

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    I think my attempt at getting pictures herded they into the corner. They spread out when I wasn’t harassing them haha. And it’s two separate runs with about 5 inches between the two sides of wire so no one can get pecked through it. We used this set up to get our older hen socialized with the bantams.
     
  4. N F C

    N F C coffee up kids! Premium Member Project Manager

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    Looks like a good set up @freezerpops :thumbsup What a difference in size a little time makes!
     
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  5. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years. Premium Member 9 Years

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    Out to pasture
    beautiful chicks
     

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