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I'm thinking the best way to see if any of these roosting options are to the flock's liking is to install some sort of web camera to monitor perching activity.

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i'd watch a feed of your chickens any day.
Comment by kevin Sun Mar 20 00:51:36 2011
What's sad is, we even have a webcam and Mark's been wanting to use it for years. But the technical side of setting it up keeps getting us stuck...
Comment by anna Sun Mar 20 09:06:21 2011

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