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New chicks and sawdust

moving chicks to the outdoor brooder

Today the new chicks moved out of the plastic tub and into their outdoor brooder.

They seem to like scratching around in a few inches of sawdust.

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I see the old dryer door is standing strong. The hinges and latch seem to be very durable for all the weather and use you have put it through. Does it still have the KFC Sanders sticker on it?
Comment by Erich Sat Aug 17 09:33:55 2013
Erich --- Unfortunately, leaving the door open so chicks can come and go exposed Colonel Sanders to the weather, so he's a faded fraction of his former self.... :-) No troubles from the door otherwise --- very predator-proof!
Comment by anna Sat Aug 17 15:49:03 2013

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime