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I can think of an easier solution to that problem than building a run ... first catch your chicken... (it'd take a while with your lot, but by the end of the summer, you'd have your garden back)
I'm pretty sure this question has come up before & that the answer is that red mite live in the coop rather than in the run, so it shouldn't be a problem.
Ooh - just re-read my earlier post. Not sure if it's clear, the "Really?!" was directed at Steve (because I was surprised to read that he was thinking of penning in his chickens), not at you
It will all be fine in a few months' time, you'll wonder what you ever worried about! As long as they have access to enough outside space during daylight hours (Mo and Madchick put the measurements up earlier on I think) then they will be fine. It won't stop them 'asking' to be let out, but they wil...
I'm penning mine up in Spring Really?! Bubbles ... is your coop not attached to your run? To my mind, that would be easiest - then you just have to open the coop & let them out in to the run this morning. Didn't notice how many chooks you have, but I wouldn't fancy having to catch my lot & ...
We're having rotisserie-style chicken done in the slow cooker today - so there's cayenne in that Turmeric is very good for humans - although you have to eat quite a lot of it to get the effect. I know someone with immune problems who takes turmeric capsules regularly, and he swears they help him to ...
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