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Peltier Poultry from Chesterfield, MI
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Farm Name: Peltier Poultry

Year Farm Established: 2010

Years I’ve been farming: 5 years

Animals I raise: Laying Hens, Fryers, Ducks

Crops I grow: Corn, Beets,Pumpkin, Squash,Beans, sweet peas, Tomatoes, pickles, concord grapes

Hobbies I enjoy: Sewing, Watching my chickens grow into Fryers and Layers inter act with the family and the dog and cat.

Pets: 1 Dog and 1 cat

Farm Motto: Always Fresh No Preservitives added

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  In an effort to improve our website for our visitors, we will be changing some of our service providers. We do not expect to experience any technical difficulties. However, if you are unable to access our website, please be assured it will be temporary as we transition to the new service. 10/19/2013 12:00.00 AM  
  How I introduce new Chickens to my flock
When I first started out I only had 6 laying hens so bringing in new ones wasn't a hard thing to do. Due to my birds love of flying I have clipped thier wings so now they can only glide. When I first bring in new hens to the group I keep them seperate for about a week in a coop and run area next to my original flock, this gives them a chance to see and squak at each other with out any conflict. After the first week I let them mingle togeather a few hours a day but the new flock has not had thier wings clipped yet in case they need to get away fast. Generally by the third week the pecking order has began and by the 4th week I can clip the wings.You will still get the Hen that is or wants to be the leader so eliminating all fights is almost imposible but harnless non the less

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01/25/2012 08:27.07 AM Report This Comment  
How do you introduce new chickens into your existing flock? I have read different ways and do not quite know what is best....? I want it to be as easy as possible and without alot of fighting...any advice

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01/24/2012 03:03.55 PM Report This Comment  
  Fresh Chickens Will be here soon
Well before you know it spring will be here and so will the meat chickens. To reserve your fresh chicken contact peltierpoultryfarm@comcast.net for price and delivery info or check us out on face book!

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01/09/2012 05:32.48 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for stopping by. I have Rhode Island Reds, Isa Browns, Sexlinks and a couple Barred Rocks. They are all unique in thier own way. I love watching them they can be so funny.

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08/31/2011 07:36.13 PM Report This Comment  
Wonderful sign! What kind of chickens are you raising?

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08/29/2011 10:10.19 AM Report This Comment  


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