Delila Jahn-Thue wrote:Yes, I let my chickens have the run of two attached (recycled from other life times with plastic and a few windows) greenhouses. They love the extra sunshine and room to roam in winter months, fertilize the areas and scratch up bugs. When it's time to kick them out into their outdoor run (before I pasture them) I wash the insides of the gh walls with a garden hose, amend the soil and plant early. Bees set up a home next door and are in there early too. I found they can be hard on plastic though and strung chicken wire up the walls to protect the plastic wherever possible. They like to peck frost off the walls and this really degrades the plastic fast.
Weeds: because mother nature refuses to be your personal bitch. But this tiny ad is willing:
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