Monday, April 21, 2014

Here is the third update on raising our baby chicks!  Our chicks are currently living in a homemade brooder box in our basement.  They seem very happy! They have been extremely easy to care for.  The girls have been holding them everyday and they are turning into friendly little chickens.  They are also very curious of us and like the attention.

Todd is also currently working on the detachable chicken run.  We plan on moving them out to the coop next week, so he will be working hard to get the run done this week. 

FYI - These chicks were purchased from TSC on 3/30/14 and are between 4-5 weeks old.

Enjoy and let us know if you have any questions or tips for us!

:) Lisa



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