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    Quote Originally Posted by Jadae16t View Post
    Yeah,t hey would not be so high up, but, then again, not keeping roos or only keeping one roo really limits this scenario. There will always be one, though, in a large group. Chickens are kinda racist lol.
    Replace the word chickens with Chinese and I would agree with. It's shocking, appalling and disappointing when you realize it.

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    Gah. Those are adorbs.
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    If the rules in my "community" let up to allow us chickens, I am soooo coming to you two for help!
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    It's relatively easy and inexpensive to build a cold-frame chicken coop. I've used a roll of 10 mil plastic sheeting stapled to a wood frame for exceptionally cold winters, although your winters are probably much colder, so 10 mil might be too thin. Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with that particular breed, mostly have raised Phoenix and Guineas. What will you feed it? Is this for fresh eggs, meat or are you keeping them as "pets"?

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