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Brought 4 2 yr old chickens home from grandpa's house, the kids love them and they are already filling up on bugs and ants. So much fun!
 
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Great John why don't you post some photos of them, and tell us a bit how you are housing them. I'm going to get some chickens sometime next year I hope. For now I watch what others do. I've been following Justin Rhodes story and I'm waiting for his film to be ready. had you head of his film, look into it could be interesting, I don't know how experienced you are in chicken but I guess theres always to learn.
 
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