I have a situation here. Our flock of chickens keep roosting on the feeders in the alpaca barn at our farm. This is making the alpaca care folks unhappy, and they want it to stop. We've moved the chicken coop as far away from the barn as it will go, to no avail. Does anyone have suggestions for how to break the chickens of this habit?
You can make your own out of wire or nails or whatever, but if you can buy them cheap I would.
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posted 4 years ago
I thought about spikes like that, but I think it would spear the alpacas in the throat every time they go to eat if we did that.
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