"No! That's the beauty of it...I don't have much experience at all unless you call hobbling things together all my life. There's not a true angle on this whole coop! LOLOL The braces are easy...you make…"
"Wow! Great photos. It is even more complex then I originally thought. I wouldn't know how to make the braces for the nest boxes or definitely not the door. You must have a lot of experience. Thank you for sharing."
"Hi ~ J Green,
I don't navigate this site very successfully, so forgive me if you have posted some plans and I just can't find them. I would love to copy this. I am not a carpenter at all, but would like to build a simple coop that is…"
"Thanks, J! I hadn't read all the captions and didn't realize it was YOU that built it! I don't know why, but I was picturing J Green as a man. :) Probably because there's a man at our church named Jay…"
"That's just green plastic mesh. I have a dog with my free range chickens so I don't have to worry about what gets in but rather what gets out if I need to contain them to the coop for a day or two for some reason.
If you have…"
"I'm not sure what you were trying to do with the milk but you can place it in a jar and shake it, continue to shake it until the butter fat starts to cling to other butter fat molecules and in the end you will have a chunk or several chunks of…"
"Most definitely! Though I have found the people that ask these sorts of questions are fully convinced that animals have souls and will argue with you heatedly on that score...and I make it a point to not argue theology. Either they have…"
Hello, J Green! Love the name...you had replied to a comment to M. Vickers regarding BASIC H. Have you considered using it with your chickens to keep the operation as green as possible? We have a gal who is using H for a lot of applications.
How funny! That's true! It's good for all kinds of creatures. Keep it in mind and keep me in mind if you want to use it again: solutioncenter.myshaklee.com 405-321-2122 I especially feel it's a healthy green alternative that really works. We love what it can do.
Sure thing, Karen! I'm currently low on it but will give you a shout when I'm ready to use it again. People think it's expensive but they don't consider just how long it lasts...I've been using the same bottle for the past 5 years!
I have some chicks that are two weeks old. How long before I can put them in the coop with the other hens? There are 9 hens and 1 rooster in the coop now the chicks are kept in a dog cage in the house. I let them out in the day time in a small enclose pen and bring them back in at night. Ellen from Georgia
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