Sunday, October 12, 2008

Make room on the chicken bandwagon!

There are a few folks in Taylor, Texas, just outside of Austin, that have not yet caught the chicken train yet.Read More


  1. Anonymous9:24 AM

    I would like to order chicks in October, When would I be able to put them in the coop?

  2. Anonymous3:13 PM

    We decided to let one of batam hens hatch her clutch. She has 11 eggs, she sat on her eggs all day today so we figured she was starting the process and now she is roosting and not sitting on her eggs is this normal?

    1. Another day or so she will stay full time

  3. Well I dont know if it is cold in your part of the world but as a rule they need to have all their feathers before you can put them out in a coop. That takes 4 or 5 weeks. However you should not put them in a coop with older birds until they are full grown. Hens will often stop setting. They just give up some times. She will start again.

  4. i have 9 chickens

  5. Anonymous3:19 PM

    What animals does everyone here have? I have chickens ducks quail rabbits and a sheep!

  6. I have the Creative Coops for your chickens! Any needs I can fill?

  7. my father in law is thinking about starting a poultry sale along with small animals. i.e, guinea pigs, hamsters, etc. my question is, how do you determine how much the animal cost? help would be greatly appreciated. thanks

  8. Anonymous3:13 AM

    want to start showing chickens any tips or sugestions on chook breaders

  9. Anonymous3:17 AM

    want to start showing chickens any tips and sugestions on purebred chook breeders.