I know this isn’t about chickens, but I recommend The Lone Ranger. A lot of people don’t like it, but I love it ! And if you are anything like me, you will love it too!
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Ok, I know many of you have seen my other posts, but this one is going to be different. It is going to be about one of the most important things that you and your chickens have……….a bond. From an early age start picking up your chickens, so then later on they will trust you. Now don’t be like farmers and shew your chickens into the coop because then they will be scared of you. Some chickens will go through a stage when they are scared of you and don’t want you to pick them up. Don’t worry you aren’t being bad parents. In fact, my chicken Pepper is going through one right now! Don’t stall when you are picking up your chickens then they will feel like they are the boss. That wouldn’t be so good! Just be nice to your chickens. Hug them, kiss them, and hold them and you and your chickens will have a great bond that no one can replace.
Hey, I know that a lot of you don’t have chickens yet but are thinking about getting some. So, I am going to give you some advice about the coop and where to put the coop. First of all you are going to want a coop that has a nesting area because they will feel safer and less stressed out when they lay. Oh! I almost forgot! Make sure your city/town allows chickens! Anyway, back to the coop. You don’t need a big coop if you are only going to have a few chickens. Most of the coops that you get are going to be build it your self type of coops [ no matter how small ]. So, a good place to put your coop is in a hut [ on the ground ] that has space in between the walls and door. I have my chickens/chicken coop in a hut like that. If you don’t have a hut like that then just put a coop in your backyard. Hope this info helps you!
– A Chicken Chick
My sweet little chickens!