This might be a can of worms?I'm wondering if the PDC - Permaculture Design Certificate is worth doing, and what does it do for you. Do people do it just for personal satisfaction or does it give you…Continue
"The recommendation was to put the four babies into the run at dusk but I didn't want to be stumbling around in the half dark on uneven ground with a box of chicks in my hands....so I put them in this morning. They had a wonderful day foraging…"
"They will fight for sure Lissa. You don't need to worry or intervene unless blood starts to flow (seriously - a bleeding chook will risk getting pecked to death). Introduce them at bed time. They can't see well in the…"
"I'm introducing the young half grown chickens to the general populace of chickens this weekend. Any suggestions on how to make it a smooth transition? I'm just hoping that the big chooks don't attack (pecking order) the young ones."
"Currently looking after a flock of 20 or so chooks of various breeds along with two handsome roosters. We have hatched out four surviving chicks from incubated eggs and suspect one of the hens has a clutch of eggs hidden away somewhere. Most amusing."
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