They were digging holes all around the coop / run foundation sill plate. It became a problem! Here’s what I did to stop it…
It was so exciting to finally get our fist egg! Now we’re up to 6 eggs several days later. These ISA-Brown chickens are starting to produce!
I finally got around to setting up the fenced-in range for the chickens. It surrounds their coop and its attached run area.
I just opened the barrier from the chicken coop to their nesting boxes because they might begin to lay eggs in several weeks…
I was going to add the nesting box on the inside of the chicken coop. But I changed my mind and built one to hang on the outside instead.
More on my chicken coop / chicken run build. They’re all moved in now, and they seem to love it. They better! Here’s a bunch of pictures…
How I installed a dropping board in my chicken coop, to make life a little easier while dealing with cleaning up their poop.
Do I need chicken coop insulation? I think so… It gets wicked cold up here and I’ll feel bad for them otherwise. So here’s what I did.
Umm, did you know that little chickens can fly? (sort of). Well I found that out the other day, and had to scramble for a solution!
We recently picked up 7 chicks with the intent of raising them for egg laying production for our household. Would you like to follow along?