I still can not find the power cord for my camera, So he used his cell phone to take the pictures.
|This is as far as I had gotten. All of the wood is recycled and the gate is from an old dog kennel.|
|We first added the cross members from post to post and the installed the wire fence with wire ties. I opened the door late in the afternoon and tried to get them to come out by tossing bread near the door.|
|"Peak a Boo", I see you! "I see you too", and I'm not coming out||!|
|One did come out far enough to get at the bread. But took it back inside and the fight was on!|
|Installing the last of the wire along the back of the coop.|
|I have to admit that after everything was in place and I opened the door again, I pushed all of them out side!|
|They all stuck together, But one of them knew what to do.|
As you can see she was taking advantage of the sun, but the others kept walking on her. They stayed in the yard for most of the day and when it got too hot for them, They got under the coop in the shade.
As the sun shifted and the shade got smaller and smaller, they moved back into the coop.
So, Chickens in the Sun for the first time. I can see why others can sit and just watch Chickens peck the ground. I know that the grass and weeds will not last too long. I'm glad I finally got this project done and I'm sure the Chickens are too!
Now all I have to do, is wait for the EGGS!