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 Post subject: Re: coop by NSW DPI
PostPosted: Mon Jun 10, 2013 3:03 pm 
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Can be purchased directly from the DPI: http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/aboutus/resources/bookshop/poultry-penthouse

Sometimes their stuff is available online as an e-book; sadly, not this one.


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My wonderfull man has just built this for me (my girls more accurately).it’s a gorgeous coop and It’s now home to a couple of Chinese Silkie pullets. It’s been three days and they haven’t yet worked out how to climb the steps. Any advice?

I intend to introduce a couple of Dorkings in a month or so, once they have claimed the coop.
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Louby wrote:
My wonderfull man has just built this for me (my girls more accurately).it’s a gorgeous coop and It’s now home to a couple of Chinese Silkie pullets. It’s been three days and they haven’t yet worked out how to climb the steps. Any advice?

I intend to introduce a couple of Dorkings in a month or so, once they have claimed the coop.
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Place treats on the steps, they will soon work it out.

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