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PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2016 8:00 pm 
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I posted this method of building a goanna proof hen house in another thread but if you are thinking you will need to build something better to prevent this goanna getting too many feeds, you might get some good ideas from reading the post I wrote.

Mine is the last post in the thread.
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ClissaTSoyFreeChooks wrote:
I posted this method of building a goanna proof hen house in another thread but if you are thinking you will need to build something better to prevent this goanna getting too many feeds, you might get some good ideas from reading the post I wrote.

Mine is the last post in the thread.
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=8028973&start=15


Thanks for that, I am working on collecting the eggs before they are stolen and keeping the pens shut that I am collecting fertile eggs from for setting. I will have to change my practice of letting chickens free range from month old even though the broody mothers are fiercely protective. Hopefully it will move on if it is not getting an easy feed.

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