Chook Habit-trails

Discussion in 'Breeding, Raising, Feeding and Caring for Animals' started by 9anda1f, May 11, 2013.

  1. 9anda1f

    9anda1f Administrator Staff Member

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    That's my mate - he's a Namborian like me. Only the best sorts live here.
     
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    Damn, my beds are too high to do this... but they can run in the paths this way. Getting ideas, always ideas....
     
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    This is how some folks around here kept cats. They had a series of wire tunnels, some even going up into the trees. This way the cats could roam without putting the local birds and wildlife at risk.

    I'm sure you could rig up something that would allow the chooks to climb up to your beds Pakman
     

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