Does anyone have some recommendations for a dual purpose bird in our hot humid summers here in Georgia? I want to use heritage Birds so that I only have to buy chicks once. Also I am going to turn an old shed into the coop, so what are the basic requirement that a dozen Birds would need for a coop?
Location: Upstate SC
posted 4 years ago
My salmon favorelles have had no problems handling the summers and winters here in upstate SC, free ranging and producing eggs all year round. All of my coops are movable so I can move them to new ground every few weeks to keep excess manure and chicken traffic from occurring in any one location.
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