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A rather good exchage

Post by Admin on July 1st 2008, 11:27 am

in exchage for two of our does
we got these two dog house's and this chicken cage
we are gonna change the wire out
sometime for hardware clothe on the chicken cage

chicken cage


Duff's dog house


Morgan's dog house

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Post by Deb on July 1st 2008, 11:30 pm

Other than Morgan's house stuck in a puddle, they look great! Really solid. The pups must be rather pleased. Now...let's discuss throw rugs, curtains...etc. LOL

The chicken cage is cool. I see it is multi level. Is it all three levels or just the upper two?

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Post by Admin on July 3rd 2008, 11:03 pm

the mud puddle was cause of all the rain we got lol it always does that pretty much everywhere there is not grass
lmao no curtains or rugs giggle though we do plain on painting them at some point
the cage is all 3 levels I got my two adult silkies in it they have figured out the ramps with no problem lol

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Post by caysa on July 4th 2008, 1:13 am

How cool! The chicken cage is very clever - lots of floor space - I bet the chooks love it!
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Post by Admin on July 6th 2008, 1:04 am

I put my two silkies in it am hoping to get some fertile eggs from the girl if she is still laying lol

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Post by tree68 on July 11th 2008, 10:26 pm

ooo had your silkies mated? good luck with getting fertilized eggs Very Happy

i like the idea of three floored cage for two silkies... Very Happy

those dog kennels are very solid looking and a coat of paint would be lovely Smile would it be possible to raise kennels off the ground a few inches by using 4" x 4" pieces or a pallet? those dogs certainly look great and healthy too.
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Post by Admin on July 13th 2008, 11:43 pm

thanks Tree someday there will be more silkies to go in the cage I have a lil pullet and cockeral that will be added when they are older
there is no bottoms on the dog houses kinda hard to raise em up lol

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