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Poultry isolation coop field notes

temporary isolation coop field notes


We recently learned the hard way that a generous layer of mulch material in the
isolation coop goes a long way in preventing your chickens from walking in their own waste the night before processing.

The legs and feet are obvious holding points for plucking a chicken. Having the feet clean and free from poultry waste makes the grip more pleasant and fun.



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