Now that might work!!!!
But I've also heard this. (Is it true?) If you separate the bully for a week or two, (and the other chickens can't see or hear her), then you put them back in the flock, this will help the bully feel lower down in the pecking order and the bullied chicken would be up...
Thanks for the suggestion! Well, there's a problem: I let my chickens out around 8:00 or 8:30 AM. They wake up at about 6:00 AM I think. And they jump off the perch and walk around waiting. SOOOOO - They would attack Blamo in that time period. ☹
No, I have a separate hutch for the rabbit across the yard. Although I've never done it, I don't recommend keeping rabbits and chickens together. Some people have had it work out fine, but others......not so much.
1. Chickens and rabbits usually eat different food. - If you kept them together...
:frow Good morning!
So I did bring home a rabbit yesterday! His name is Bun Bun and he is about 13 or 14 months old. :) I'm pretty sure he is some kind of lop. I love him already! He is going to be my pet. (Not meat.) ;)
Next update is: One of my chickens got hurt. I guess the other chickens...
I'm sorry I haven't been updating my journal much, but here I am again! I've just been super busy lately.
So, I few things have been happening!
First, Blamo, one of my 1 year old hens got hurt. I'm not exactly sure how but the other chickens saw it and started pecking her. :(...
Hi everyone! Thank you for the greetings/welcomes! :) No, @Duckfarmerpa1 - I don't quite recognize you...yet.;)
I'll PM, but your post was a little jumbled (for me at least! LOL) so I'm not sure exactly what you mean.
Where are you located? (State) Free?
Wood chips or wood shavings? Use said wood chips so I'm assuming thats what you mean. :)
I actually decided yesterday I wood put wood chips in! (I also have a pile). It's working REALLY well! :celebrate:celebrate