Okay, so it’s not painted yet, but I really needed to get these guys into their chicken coop because as you will see in the pictures below, they have gotten BIG and were about to run out of room in the chicky bunker. We got the roof done really late, so I don’t have pictures of the completed roof with ondura shingles. I’ll take those when I get done painting.
So, the next steps- Fencing, Painting, Cutting a chicken size exit door once the fence is up.
Painting it is probably going to be my favorite part. It’s where I can get creative and make it look really cute. Pics will be coming soon!
Welcoming home 7 baby chickens to Camp Chicky Poo! Within minutes of being set loose in their new home, they were already at their food and water, cleaning themselves and making themselves at home.
Couple videos and pics below.
My cat Ronon was extremely curious and then absolutely offended by the babies. If cats could “stomp” out of a room, that’s what he would have done. He went outside the door and glared at me. I have some snuggling to do with him.
And They’re out….
Teyla, my dog, was so curious. She stayed back a bit because anything new = scary, but everytime they’d start peeping, her ears would go straight up and she’d just stare at them with curiousity.
For safety reasons, I have the dog and cat out in the other room while I type. There is no lid on the Chicky Bunker yet so I didn’t want to take any chances with Ronon taking his revenge.
I have to keep this short, I have a lot to do in a little time before I go pass out for the rest of the day. Here are the videos! They’re only about a minute long each, nothing much to show yet, just them eating and cleaning. I have to figure out a way to identify them all… there’s only one that sticks out cuz she’s totally bald on her back. (she got picked on, pecking order establishment and all. I have a softspot for her.)