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Date:12/25/2014 10:32:22 PM
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Hi, Christie!
Yes, you can, but just keep an eye on them. No matter what age, it can be difficult to blend two different groups of chickens - the older ones may want to peck on the younger ones. But at that age, you shouldn't have a problem. We've done it a number of times with great results. Regardless, as they get older, they will do the pecking routine to establish 'dominance', so just expect some of that to happen. If at all possible, do it at night so it's not as noticeable to either set, but also do it as soon as possible. BTW - Randy is still saving his Community Coffee labels for y'all. Do you still need them? If the deadline is coming up soon, let us know so we can send them to you. Tell P2 I said 'hey'! LEt me know it you have any other questions.
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