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Joel Salatin on Egg Mobiles Oct 2013

 
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30 mins on his egg mobiles and training chicken / tecniques:

 
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I thought I was the only one who had chickens that couldn't find their coop if I moved it during the day. Good to know that's a standard feature with the chicken. If you move it early enough in the day, they seem to do OK as long as you don't go too far with it.
 
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Great and inspiring man.
 
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