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Noted In Passing: Chickens coming home to roost. This time for real.

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  • John Venlet April 25, 2022, 9:24 AM

    That there’s alot of chickens. Free range, too. Aren’t people willing to pay extra for that free rangin’ chicken?

    • Mike Austin April 25, 2022, 4:40 PM

      Yep. I go for the “free range”. Better tasting flesh. Better tasting eggs.

  • Joel April 25, 2022, 9:57 AM

    What the actual f*ck was that?

    • Arty April 25, 2022, 7:27 PM

      I’m still trying to figure that out myself.

  • Hyland April 25, 2022, 10:48 AM

    Now HERE’S a free range chicken for you….

  • KCK April 25, 2022, 1:25 PM

    I’m going to start in with chickens, but I have a rather hard core gang of coyotes to deal with, too. Should be interesting.

    Worried about “the supply chain”. I use quotes because it’s questionable that the supply chain will exist next week or next month. It’s a commie tradition to starve the fu8k out their people in the early stages of their take-over.

    • ghostsniper April 25, 2022, 2:56 PM

      Free range chickens are a Coyote & Coons Buffet.

  • Rob Muir April 25, 2022, 5:55 PM

    We have a chicken run and henhouse built based on a design from April Wilkerson (YouTube DIY channel). All that is inside our farmyard with 6’ chain link fences. The multitude of local coyotes, bobcats, and hawks don’t really bother them. It’s got a roof and hardware cloth exterior. It’s not really totally proof against predators, but it pretty much discourages them to a sufficient degree. I think the barn cats are more likely targets because they are out scrounging in the brush piles around here during the day and in the barn at night. A hawk would make them easy prey.