Hen-keeping book

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bigyetiman
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Re: Hen-keeping book

Post by bigyetiman » Fri Oct 11, 2019 8:19 pm

Any pics of hens in books, not only has an immaculate lawn, but no poop anywhere in sight.
First chicken rule of getting on the lawn poop where you know the human has to tread, bonus points for on the step. After a day scratching about our lot make the area look like the aftermath of the battle of Waterloo.
2nd chicken rule if you feel ill go down with something that doesn't match a description in any book, as humans just love worrying and poring over a book is so much better for them than watching tv.
3rd rule we chickens don't do clean and tidy
dianefairhall
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Re: Hen-keeping book

Post by dianefairhall » Fri Oct 11, 2019 8:24 pm

...'scratched up and disappeared'...

The grass where we've put our Eglu is full of moss and the hens are scratching it out nicely. We can keep moving the coop and we'll have a moss-free lawn in no time! We must have good girls.

Yes, I always search the past threads if I'm looking for something but sometimes can't find anything (orI'm using the wrong terminology).
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