Adopt a chicken to reduce your waste

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View Did67 » 22/08/15, 11:30

Luxury hen type ???
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View Ahmed » 22/08/15, 11:57

Warning! Luxury hens are much more ruinous than "ecological" fashion hens!
Because, if the latter require a cereal-based supplement, the former only want your wheat, all your wheat! :P
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View chatelot16 » 22/08/15, 14:47

yes, all hens love wheat!
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View Did67 » 22/08/15, 16:12

It degenerates. But what interested me was whether they had feathers in their asses!
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View Remundo » 22/08/15, 16:18

so that, there is no shortage of air! : Cheesy:

I think there are also chickens in Montcuq ... some people think that Montcuq is chicken! :P
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View hic » 22/08/15, 17:55

Adopt a politician!
it does not make cocorico, it is clean under him

inconvenient: it does not lay eggs

advantage: you no longer have to think about anything!
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View Ahmed » 22/08/15, 21:40

Be careful to choose it well, because, contrary to what you affirm, I know some who make cocorico!
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View hic » 23/08/15, 10:35

Ahmed wrote:Be careful to choose it well, because, contrary to what you affirm, I know some who make cocorico!


DSK?
with luxury hens offered by the house, selected and tested by dodo brine!

It happens like in a restaurant where Madame does not have access with her card at the price of chic menus!
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View izentrop » 07/09/16, 00:16

Hello,
I do not know if it is in the right section, but giving grain to my hens and not wanting to give at the same time to pigeons, mice, rats and other unwanted opportunist, I decided to make an automatic feeder -rodent.

I found those sold commercially a little too accessible to the clever rodent and I wanted to do with the waste, so here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrG_Y_UeVLA
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