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Our chickens are about eight weeks old. Most of their adult feathers have grown in. The chickens appear to be about one third the size that they will reach as adults. They are about the size of bantams.
Our chickens are about 5 weeks old now. They are growing and developing well in the chicken tractor…. This article also tells a little about the chicken’s crop and digestive tract. Continue reading
Moving the chicks from the brooder into the chicken tractor.
Photo gallery. Continue reading
Cleaning out the brooder. Foraging in the yard. Friendly Americana. Photos. Continue reading
Brooder temperature. Chicks sparring. Wing and tail feather development. Foraging in the yard. Feeders. The free rare/exotic chick. Photos. Continue reading
Chick grit – making it from grower grit. Overcoming problems with pasting up. Photos. Continue reading
Moving the chicks outdoors to a larger brooder. Description of the new brooder. Quick Chick supplement. Photos. Continue reading