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Farm Name: The Woodin Chicks

Year Farm Established: 2012

Years I’ve been farming: 1 year

Animals I raise: Chickens

Crops I grow: Garden veggies :)

Hobbies I enjoy: Gardening, reading, motorcycle riding, 4 Wheeling

The proudest moment on my farm: When all of my baby chicks went out of the coop for the first time to "free range."

Pets: Cats - Barton, Mister, KC, Grays, Orange
Turtle - Fluffy
Chickens - Oprah, Gayle, Rooster & Mama


Farm Motto: Be nice :0)


Farm Blog
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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  
  chicken soup is good when you have roosters to spare

Come visit me, Mindalong West.

04/26/2013 01:45.15 AM Report This Comment  
  Help!
Out of our 9 baby chicks, 6 (HOLY COW!) are roosters. And now they are bigger (about 7 months old) and are fighting constantly all the time. We have to get rid of them, however no one seems to want the roosters, just the hens. Any suggestions? We've separated them but holy pain the butt now.

Come visit me, The Woodin Chicks.

11/17/2012 12:56.32 PM Report This Comment  
  Ducks and Chickens
Ducks do very well with chickens, and will sleep in the roost on the floor. 2 major issues we have faced: 1- the chickens poop on the ducks while they sleep. Gross. 2- the chickens will follow the ducks into their swimming pool or pond and can drown. ok there are actually 3. Sometimes a drake (male duck) can become "attracted" to one of the hens and will pull its neck feathers out as it attempts to mate. Its rare, but does happen. The biggest issue we ever faced was chicks drowning because they become too attached to the ducks.

Come visit me, Heeby Jeeby Chickens.

09/04/2012 10:06.39 AM Report This Comment  
  Welcome Jen and Joe!
Love the aluminum siding on the chicken coop. Was that salvaged off of something? The color is great!

Come visit me, Heeby Jeeby Chickens.

09/03/2012 04:27.10 AM Report This Comment  

 



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