baby chickens

The first real step towards urban farm life comes at the affordable price of $2.50 a chick at Alamo Hay and Grain. The four girls cheesecake, pumpkin (two rhode island reds), penguin, and omelet (two barred rocks) enjoy their new home: a light bulb heated cardboard box in the living room. Once they have eaten the entire 25 lb bag of chick feed they will be big enough to move into a chicken coop in the front yard. But wait … there is no coop yet.

(one week later: they are nearly double the size)

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    Patty Hara said,

    I live in the Springtown area of Livermore and I’m looking for
    someone that can help me with my existing, very large chicken
    coop…I want to make it better. Do you know of anyone that loves
    chickens and has the talent to make my coop super, duper.
    Thank you for your time. Always, patty


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