Charli Wilson wrote:The grown hens are cat-proof...
William Bronson wrote: I am a neewb who recently rescued two chickens that were getting beat down in their flock of origin.
How neewb am I? One of my hens turned out to be a roo!
But he has a quiet coo instead of a raucous caw, so he can stay,for now. We have been getting one egg a day,but the roo occupies the one nest box,while she ignores the other...
At least she is roosting now,couldn't get her to do that at first.
Lindsey Jane wrote:always started with chicks - I just liked the whole process of watching them grow and there is an added benefit of socializing them to our family. After a decade of doing this, I rarely have a bad tempered hen and quite often they trail behind me while I'm working, now on our new farm, like little feathery puppies. They eat out of my hand. They pick up their skirts and high tail it to me whenever I call them. It's hilarious.
My first bit of advice is that if you are going to be a mime, you shouldn't talk. Even the tiny ad is nodding:
Native Bee Guide by Crown Beeshttps://permies.com/wiki/105944/Native-Bee-Guide-Crown-Bees