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Windbreaks for Hens

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WhatKindofFool Tue 12-Mar-13 14:16:23

I saw this advertised

Is it just me or has the garden hen business reached a new level of lunacy??

mindingalongtime Tue 12-Mar-13 16:53:54

blush it does keep my aviary a lot drier and far less wet and smelly!

WhatKindofFool Tue 12-Mar-13 19:09:08

I can understand it in a covered run, but out in a field???

Pixel Sun 17-Mar-13 19:05:49

It's not as mad as this. grin

Bramblesinafield Sun 17-Mar-13 19:14:10

Bales of straw?

WhatKindofFool Sun 17-Mar-13 19:16:53

pixel Crazy!!! I don't understand some people's attitudes towards chickens. There seem to be a load of mad people on the Omlet site. I like hens and of course, the should be well looked after, but please!!!

Pixel Sun 24-Mar-13 20:51:49

Did you watch the video? It's slightly pathetic. All the bloke has done is train the chickens to follow a pot of food held in front of their beaks, and erm... you don't need to train them to do that!
Ok I admit when I was a kid I spent hours teaching my pets to jump over things but that was because I really wanted a pony grin.

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