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Moving chickens into the new chicken coop in the barn

VideosCountry View Acres posted the article • 0 comments • 63 views • 2019-05-29 18:04 • came from similar tags

 

 
 
We just built a new chicken coop in the barn. So now it is time to move the chickens into there new home. We set the coop up with all the feeders and water. We covered the floor of the coop with straw to act as a deep mulch. Now all we got to do is catch all the chickens.
 
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so today we're going to be taking our




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chickens and try to move them out here




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the barn to their new coop so we've kept




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them locked in the coop today so we're




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going to try to hang some feeders get




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the water out here maybe put the bedding




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nesting on stuff in there and then try




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to wrassle some chickens or herd some




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chickens that'll be interesting probably




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have to get out the fishing net I guess




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but that's the point for today move two




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chickens from the old coop into this new




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coop so we're gonna go inside of the




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chicken coop now we're gonna pick up the




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feeders and waterers that they have and




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then out here we've got these galvanized




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trashcan that's where we're storing all




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their feed so we've got to get all their




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feed moved as well and see if we get all




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this relocated to the new chicken coop




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before we ever start trying to actually




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gather up the chicken




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[Music]




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[Music]




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yeah




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[Music]




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hello chickens guess what




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yeah it's moving day we're gonna close




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this coop up okay get in there




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Jimmy's caught his feathers are in there




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a little bit guys we're going for the




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big mean ones two big ones in I think




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this is another big one huh oh dang it




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I thought I was this one okay




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no it doesn't have we're gonna pudding




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okay why the little ones are way easier




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to catch do another little one okay




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hello polish




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be quiet it's okay this little Polish




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guy is just about as dumb as it gets no




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wonder they're rare we'll grab you a




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bigger one okay there you go




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it won't take but a second here you go




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I'll get him in this corner a little




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easier um Americana is on my list




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[Laughter]




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all right you're gonna stay still okay




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stay still I do not want to hurt you I




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just want to move yeah yeah she's almost




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sounds like she's been helped last box




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of chickens no chickens were injured in




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the making of this video they might be




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one escaped they might be a little bit




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man




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[Music]




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alright so we should have we're hoping




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to have 22 chickens in here one one




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escaped and hopefully we will when she




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goes back in the coop later we'll catch




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her so she should go in there this




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evening we should be okay sure no




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problem




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look they're trying out the ruse all




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right so I've got two eggs are you




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wanting me to put these okay




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let me get my flashlight out all right




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count them again two point two chickens




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so 23 check third chicken is escaped




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yeah so like I was saying I got the eggs




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did you want me to put that in the nest




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box clicking different nest boxes yeah




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sure you how are you do you think




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they'll maybe help them know where to go




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so we just got to get one more water




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bucket in here and then we're good to go




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we'll catch one of the chickens tonight




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and get her in here and that should be




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it




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so this is we're afraid since this is so




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close to their actual coop that they've




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lived in if we free-range them they'll




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end up at the other coop wanting to go




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into there so we may actually need to




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lock them in here for quite a bit longer




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this time around




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let's have to wait see how that goes but




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I think if we end up free-ranging them




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in a couple days they'll end up with the




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other coop trying to sleep in there yeah




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no scratch through this drone they




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already they're already scratching




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through this strong so this is what we




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had on hand for bedding or whatever is a




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wind bale of straw so that's what we're




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using we've used wood chips in the past




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week we end up with wood chips again we




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may use those again but right now




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we're just going to use what we got




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which is strong so how'd that go what do




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you think no two big problems just lost




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the buff so we'll get her back as much




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oh well I think if when we're




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free-ranging them they're gonna run




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around I don't think that being darker




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in here




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is he gonna matter well anyway we got




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all the chickens moved to the new coop




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so everything's in the barn now so it's




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gonna be way easier for my wife to be




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able to take care of your animals she




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actually takes care of the animals




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probably at least four days of the week




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I kind of do it on the weekends just




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because I usually get up before her but




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she's usually the main animal person




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because she does I just do some feeding




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and watering she normally does all the




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coop clean outs and all the clean-out




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stalls so she she does most of this




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stuff and it'll be way easier in here




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out of the rain now so as before you




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used to do it outside and the in the




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rain and the bad weather and so yeah be




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way easier that's it guys thanks for




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watching
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We just built a new chicken coop in the barn. So now it is time to move the chickens into there new home. We set the coop up with all the feeders and water. We covered the floor of the coop with straw to act as a deep mulch. Now all we got to do is catch all the chickens.
 
Transcript:
 
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so today we're going to be taking our




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chickens and try to move them out here




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the barn to their new coop so we've kept




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them locked in the coop today so we're




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going to try to hang some feeders get




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00:00:12,150 --> 00:00:16,120

the water out here maybe put the bedding




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nesting on stuff in there and then try




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to wrassle some chickens or herd some




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chickens that'll be interesting probably




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have to get out the fishing net I guess




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but that's the point for today move two




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chickens from the old coop into this new




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coop so we're gonna go inside of the




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chicken coop now we're gonna pick up the




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feeders and waterers that they have and




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then out here we've got these galvanized




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trashcan that's where we're storing all




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their feed so we've got to get all their




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feed moved as well and see if we get all




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this relocated to the new chicken coop




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before we ever start trying to actually




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gather up the chicken




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[Music]




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[Music]




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yeah




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[Music]




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hello chickens guess what




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yeah it's moving day we're gonna close




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this coop up okay get in there




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Jimmy's caught his feathers are in there




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a little bit guys we're going for the




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big mean ones two big ones in I think




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this is another big one huh oh dang it




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I thought I was this one okay




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no it doesn't have we're gonna pudding




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okay why the little ones are way easier




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to catch do another little one okay




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hello polish




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be quiet it's okay this little Polish




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guy is just about as dumb as it gets no




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wonder they're rare we'll grab you a




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bigger one okay there you go




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it won't take but a second here you go




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I'll get him in this corner a little




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easier um Americana is on my list




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[Laughter]




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all right you're gonna stay still okay




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stay still I do not want to hurt you I




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just want to move yeah yeah she's almost




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sounds like she's been helped last box




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of chickens no chickens were injured in




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the making of this video they might be




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one escaped they might be a little bit




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man




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[Music]




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alright so we should have we're hoping




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to have 22 chickens in here one one




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escaped and hopefully we will when she




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goes back in the coop later we'll catch




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her so she should go in there this




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evening we should be okay sure no




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problem




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look they're trying out the ruse all




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right so I've got two eggs are you




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wanting me to put these okay




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let me get my flashlight out all right




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count them again two point two chickens




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so 23 check third chicken is escaped




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yeah so like I was saying I got the eggs




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did you want me to put that in the nest




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box clicking different nest boxes yeah




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sure you how are you do you think




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they'll maybe help them know where to go




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so we just got to get one more water




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bucket in here and then we're good to go




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we'll catch one of the chickens tonight




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and get her in here and that should be




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it




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so this is we're afraid since this is so




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close to their actual coop that they've




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lived in if we free-range them they'll




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end up at the other coop wanting to go




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into there so we may actually need to




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lock them in here for quite a bit longer




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this time around




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let's have to wait see how that goes but




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I think if we end up free-ranging them




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in a couple days they'll end up with the




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other coop trying to sleep in there yeah




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no scratch through this drone they




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already they're already scratching




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through this strong so this is what we




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had on hand for bedding or whatever is a




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wind bale of straw so that's what we're




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00:08:56,250 --> 00:08:58,448

using we've used wood chips in the past




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week we end up with wood chips again we




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may use those again but right now




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we're just going to use what we got




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which is strong so how'd that go what do




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you think no two big problems just lost




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the buff so we'll get her back as much




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oh well I think if when we're




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free-ranging them they're gonna run




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around I don't think that being darker




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in here




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is he gonna matter well anyway we got




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all the chickens moved to the new coop




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so everything's in the barn now so it's




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gonna be way easier for my wife to be




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able to take care of your animals she




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actually takes care of the animals




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probably at least four days of the week




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I kind of do it on the weekends just




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because I usually get up before her but




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she's usually the main animal person




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because she does I just do some feeding




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and watering she normally does all the




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coop clean outs and all the clean-out




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stalls so she she does most of this




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stuff and it'll be way easier in here




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out of the rain now so as before you




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used to do it outside and the in the




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rain and the bad weather and so yeah be




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way easier that's it guys thanks for




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watching
 
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no better than that we've seen this right are we seeing this right you have one Gosling one cookie hand and two little sick yeah good morning Cindy good morning what you got there we have kitchen scraps and some scrambled eggs the kitchen scraps are from my husband's restaurant so we're going to feed the chickens with that we have some feed as well so I go let the chickens out of their coops let's the scrambled eggs for their for the Gosling's I think they might need a little more protein and that's the easiest protein I have on hands our chicken eggs the feed is I believe about 20% protein but I believe they need a little extra so Connexus there I go what do you have the chickens doing in here they are being rotated around the yard to fertilize different sections of yard we had them in the garden before we started planting so they worked there first that's not a bad idea but a cage over the water to the nothing wrong in it yes I just gave that to them this way recently because they don't want these chicks to fall into it yes so the guys like to get a whole head in I mean Casey is a so you see what I'm doing this is what it looks like after but it's going to come right back better than ever that was just one day there did you think it's eating all agreeing the guys won that's a Denali silky moms don't really scratch the ground as much as the larger Birds no matter than oh we send this right are we seeing this right you have one Gosling one silky hand and too little sex yeah yeah silky mom's a great raising any eggs and for incubating any eggs and I gave her a goose egg and two chicken eggs and the chicken eggs are from my main flock excellent breeding groups I have separated she's raised all of them together we should be able to cover the goose egg because the goose egg is like a fifth big as well as cover chicken eggs but she was able to get herself over about she actually had five eggs the goose egg and four chicken egg chicken eggs take about 21 days to hatch and the Gosling egg takes about 29 how did you work that out raising them together well I got lucky actually I had a girl from the Maine flock who went broody and I gave her four guys laying eggs to start with and over the next week I had two silkies go broody so what I did was I took I took one of the guys laying eggs for each silky and gave them chicken eggs to go with it and so the hatch was a little bit staggered which I don't usually like these chicks were actually do a couple days before the goose eggs were do these chicks hatched on a Tuesday I think they were due on Thursday this goose hatched on Thursday and she was due to hatch on Sunday so she hatched really early which was actually very lucky because mom stayed on her nest for two days after her chicks hatched but then she had to go start teaching them where the food and water was so she got off the nest I thought this goose egg was done I looked in there was this tiny Gosling who was shaking so cold I actually had to take the Gosling out and put her under heat and kind of nursed her back to health a little bit and after about a day and a half she was up and moving around a lot better and these ticks were just running everywhere so I had to make sure she was moving well after a day and a half I put her back under your mom at night and she cuddled right up with mom and mom had no problem with it and started you know teaching the Gosling what to eat as well the next step we did name the guys lean this is only Gosling with the name right now named it lucky wait a minute here just two weeks oh and you're almost as big as your mom she's got another sale paycheck one Gosling to time this right since the Gosling egg takes 29 days and the chicks take 21 days you suck the Gosling under the broody hand first and then time it right do your math and then set the chicken eggs and theoretically you hatch them together and then you trick that goose into thinking it's a chicken this is imprinted on the moment and that's even better you know I raise the goose with a geese yeah a goose with chicks and that'll work and frantic juice on the chicks should hotel guard them they'll think they're kissing yeah and then guard them but you're doing an under you you've got a chicken race and a goose so that's got to be even better there's el imprinted yeah I actually don't have any artificial setup here so all the chicks have hatched and everything I've used really mom so I'm just going to just at this point come on guys well she's a little nervous really yeah really really really like really back up a little bit they're so fun aren't they yeah they're so curious but so nervous about new things I've not given them eggs yet so this is the first time they've seen that bull and they're so makes me miss Donald our guard get this mom won't let me touch her Gosling and I want to I want the guys willing to accept me as well so what are you going to do it it's not going to be a guard goose Christmas Christmas goose and your husband's a chef I imagine that's going to be an amazing Christmas though yeah that'll be a fun one we've never actually had Christmas goose so have you had goose period I don't think I have it had duck but I don't think it's okay Zeus so that'll be a new experience afraid she's gonna eat you if you put that in there give it a good attack yeah she's a little more garlic and the trick is I'm gonna I want to put this down and grab her water maybe in one shot because she's probably going to come right over and snatch at my hand she's very protective oh you're not time to well maybe she won't move because I sitting on two chicks over there I like on the eggs yeah you found the eggs tube hmm you're too close for my comfort commit further motifs ready Jamie hold this up are you sure actually no I cute this one is not working on hey yeah I just got home useless hey guys here just a distraction yes mama saw me I didn't even see you no that was nice thank you because she will take my hand off good mama that's what you don't have to see them much no actually I put food in their feeder over here but they go through it so slowly that because we get all these greens and stuff only if you have two watches I get rubber baits on some of the things and you saved our garbage from the dumpster basically yeah this would have been thrown out completely why not mint turn it into chicken food those chickens there we're allowed to free-range and pretty much prep to a raised bed garden beds yet intentionally planted anything in here yet except that these wild strawberries wait you even got the potatoes as volunteers yeah we had chosen this bed last year so those potatoes are basically where we planted them last year the three of them milk but they did dig out a few and we have one going over in the edge here and we have one growing over on the edge way over there so yeah they pretty much spread out my potatoes you have sunflowers sunflowers don't you have grown in here on why most of this is volunteers sunflowers and I'm potatoes and a bunch of tomato plants around here I just left them growing in one of the beds over there when we were looking for a farm feature in Michigan I have an application process for you guys to fill out we found to me what caught my attention was this huge culture bed and when she has submitted the film to be on the tour this was in the winter um last fall I put together the Zulu culture bed so you can look at my Instagram pictures have pictures of it heading stage nothing's planted in it yet except we have at the very end I have putted garlic now if we're warming up to 55 by next weekend I might actually put some seeds in that won't start now but as soon as it gets warm enough they will you know germinate at right temperatures and start LeGarrette other cold weather plant I thought that will be really fun to see where that has progressed look at it now what and all you have planted in here we have garlic herbs lavender potatoes kale eggplants mustard greens and cucumbers the cucumbers are still coming up yet for those that know basically what is a huge culture bed it is a raised bed system where the center of it is basically would you put big logs in there some smaller stuff some gray material and cover it over and it creates the very fertile raised bed system and I've heard that you don't have to wire it as much either that right now what basically acts as a sponges is breaking down and holds water so you really don't have to do much to this bed and this is our first year so we're trying it out and testing it now for those of you that want more about a Hugo culture how to build it the more about what the plant she has in here even more of what the benefits are guys I opened up my membership area again I haven't even been able to announce that we've been so busy but we open it up a few days ago people are getting in it's going good so I encourage you to check that out she's grabbing some garlic for the breakfast these are garlic scapes so they're the tips you want to get them before the bulbs get too big and you treat it just like garlic when you're cooking so I'm not taking the bulbs out of the ground right now just taking the tops and they smell like garlic okay their heads and I'm looking forward to this is a professional chef he's going to make us some omelets yes some omelets with some garlic scapes and some forged greens are you guys curious about what the inside of this looks to me let's see sure all molds on the top oh wow there's the soil right there looks nice and rich it's really thick laid it on yeah and then there's the you can't see it now but about six inches under is the the pile of wood the very way if you like what Cindy's doing she's sharing her journey with us part time Hermes part YouTube channel name that's YouTube campaign cool the Graham and Facebook nice oh wow Cindy thank you for the morning tour I am looking forward to breakfast yes it's all my yeah Michael Adam this looks like an amazing breakfast tell us about it you're the chef well we're cooking with almost all local product today the eggs are from our hens and then we have fresh garlic scapes that were just harvested this morning Island Cindy we have sauteed common plantains which is a forage weed that Bobby helps us find Tanabe this is Navi hello Navi she's one of the most knowledgeable Forester for foragers in our area another year I have pickled ramps pickle fiddlehead ferns and pickled mushrooms most of it forage from this area the mushrooms are local cultivated we have some bacon which I prepared this winter from a red wattle hair to tog and it's brown sugar and black pepper cured and it was a hard smoked here at the house [Music]


 
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no better than that we've seen this right are we seeing this right you have one Gosling one cookie hand and two little sick yeah good morning Cindy good morning what you got there we have kitchen scraps and some scrambled eggs the kitchen scraps are from my husband's restaurant so we're going to feed the chickens with that we have some feed as well so I go let the chickens out of their coops let's the scrambled eggs for their for the Gosling's I think they might need a little more protein and that's the easiest protein I have on hands our chicken eggs the feed is I believe about 20% protein but I believe they need a little extra so Connexus there I go what do you have the chickens doing in here they are being rotated around the yard to fertilize different sections of yard we had them in the garden before we started planting so they worked there first that's not a bad idea but a cage over the water to the nothing wrong in it yes I just gave that to them this way recently because they don't want these chicks to fall into it yes so the guys like to get a whole head in I mean Casey is a so you see what I'm doing this is what it looks like after but it's going to come right back better than ever that was just one day there did you think it's eating all agreeing the guys won that's a Denali silky moms don't really scratch the ground as much as the larger Birds no matter than oh we send this right are we seeing this right you have one Gosling one silky hand and too little sex yeah yeah silky mom's a great raising any eggs and for incubating any eggs and I gave her a goose egg and two chicken eggs and the chicken eggs are from my main flock excellent breeding groups I have separated she's raised all of them together we should be able to cover the goose egg because the goose egg is like a fifth big as well as cover chicken eggs but she was able to get herself over about she actually had five eggs the goose egg and four chicken egg chicken eggs take about 21 days to hatch and the Gosling egg takes about 29 how did you work that out raising them together well I got lucky actually I had a girl from the Maine flock who went broody and I gave her four guys laying eggs to start with and over the next week I had two silkies go broody so what I did was I took I took one of the guys laying eggs for each silky and gave them chicken eggs to go with it and so the hatch was a little bit staggered which I don't usually like these chicks were actually do a couple days before the goose eggs were do these chicks hatched on a Tuesday I think they were due on Thursday this goose hatched on Thursday and she was due to hatch on Sunday so she hatched really early which was actually very lucky because mom stayed on her nest for two days after her chicks hatched but then she had to go start teaching them where the food and water was so she got off the nest I thought this goose egg was done I looked in there was this tiny Gosling who was shaking so cold I actually had to take the Gosling out and put her under heat and kind of nursed her back to health a little bit and after about a day and a half she was up and moving around a lot better and these ticks were just running everywhere so I had to make sure she was moving well after a day and a half I put her back under your mom at night and she cuddled right up with mom and mom had no problem with it and started you know teaching the Gosling what to eat as well the next step we did name the guys lean this is only Gosling with the name right now named it lucky wait a minute here just two weeks oh and you're almost as big as your mom she's got another sale paycheck one Gosling to time this right since the Gosling egg takes 29 days and the chicks take 21 days you suck the Gosling under the broody hand first and then time it right do your math and then set the chicken eggs and theoretically you hatch them together and then you trick that goose into thinking it's a chicken this is imprinted on the moment and that's even better you know I raise the goose with a geese yeah a goose with chicks and that'll work and frantic juice on the chicks should hotel guard them they'll think they're kissing yeah and then guard them but you're doing an under you you've got a chicken race and a goose so that's got to be even better there's el imprinted yeah I actually don't have any artificial setup here so all the chicks have hatched and everything I've used really mom so I'm just going to just at this point come on guys well she's a little nervous really yeah really really really like really back up a little bit they're so fun aren't they yeah they're so curious but so nervous about new things I've not given them eggs yet so this is the first time they've seen that bull and they're so makes me miss Donald our guard get this mom won't let me touch her Gosling and I want to I want the guys willing to accept me as well so what are you going to do it it's not going to be a guard goose Christmas Christmas goose and your husband's a chef I imagine that's going to be an amazing Christmas though yeah that'll be a fun one we've never actually had Christmas goose so have you had goose period I don't think I have it had duck but I don't think it's okay Zeus so that'll be a new experience afraid she's gonna eat you if you put that in there give it a good attack yeah she's a little more garlic and the trick is I'm gonna I want to put this down and grab her water maybe in one shot because she's probably going to come right over and snatch at my hand she's very protective oh you're not time to well maybe she won't move because I sitting on two chicks over there I like on the eggs yeah you found the eggs tube hmm you're too close for my comfort commit further motifs ready Jamie hold this up are you sure actually no I cute this one is not working on hey yeah I just got home useless hey guys here just a distraction yes mama saw me I didn't even see you no that was nice thank you because she will take my hand off good mama that's what you don't have to see them much no actually I put food in their feeder over here but they go through it so slowly that because we get all these greens and stuff only if you have two watches I get rubber baits on some of the things and you saved our garbage from the dumpster basically yeah this would have been thrown out completely why not mint turn it into chicken food those chickens there we're allowed to free-range and pretty much prep to a raised bed garden beds yet intentionally planted anything in here yet except that these wild strawberries wait you even got the potatoes as volunteers yeah we had chosen this bed last year so those potatoes are basically where we planted them last year the three of them milk but they did dig out a few and we have one going over in the edge here and we have one growing over on the edge way over there so yeah they pretty much spread out my potatoes you have sunflowers sunflowers don't you have grown in here on why most of this is volunteers sunflowers and I'm potatoes and a bunch of tomato plants around here I just left them growing in one of the beds over there when we were looking for a farm feature in Michigan I have an application process for you guys to fill out we found to me what caught my attention was this huge culture bed and when she has submitted the film to be on the tour this was in the winter um last fall I put together the Zulu culture bed so you can look at my Instagram pictures have pictures of it heading stage nothing's planted in it yet except we have at the very end I have putted garlic now if we're warming up to 55 by next weekend I might actually put some seeds in that won't start now but as soon as it gets warm enough they will you know germinate at right temperatures and start LeGarrette other cold weather plant I thought that will be really fun to see where that has progressed look at it now what and all you have planted in here we have garlic herbs lavender potatoes kale eggplants mustard greens and cucumbers the cucumbers are still coming up yet for those that know basically what is a huge culture bed it is a raised bed system where the center of it is basically would you put big logs in there some smaller stuff some gray material and cover it over and it creates the very fertile raised bed system and I've heard that you don't have to wire it as much either that right now what basically acts as a sponges is breaking down and holds water so you really don't have to do much to this bed and this is our first year so we're trying it out and testing it now for those of you that want more about a Hugo culture how to build it the more about what the plant she has in here even more of what the benefits are guys I opened up my membership area again I haven't even been able to announce that we've been so busy but we open it up a few days ago people are getting in it's going good so I encourage you to check that out she's grabbing some garlic for the breakfast these are garlic scapes so they're the tips you want to get them before the bulbs get too big and you treat it just like garlic when you're cooking so I'm not taking the bulbs out of the ground right now just taking the tops and they smell like garlic okay their heads and I'm looking forward to this is a professional chef he's going to make us some omelets yes some omelets with some garlic scapes and some forged greens are you guys curious about what the inside of this looks to me let's see sure all molds on the top oh wow there's the soil right there looks nice and rich it's really thick laid it on yeah and then there's the you can't see it now but about six inches under is the the pile of wood the very way if you like what Cindy's doing she's sharing her journey with us part time Hermes part YouTube channel name that's YouTube campaign cool the Graham and Facebook nice oh wow Cindy thank you for the morning tour I am looking forward to breakfast yes it's all my yeah Michael Adam this looks like an amazing breakfast tell us about it you're the chef well we're cooking with almost all local product today the eggs are from our hens and then we have fresh garlic scapes that were just harvested this morning Island Cindy we have sauteed common plantains which is a forage weed that Bobby helps us find Tanabe this is Navi hello Navi she's one of the most knowledgeable Forester for foragers in our area another year I have pickled ramps pickle fiddlehead ferns and pickled mushrooms most of it forage from this area the mushrooms are local cultivated we have some bacon which I prepared this winter from a red wattle hair to tog and it's brown sugar and black pepper cured and it was a hard smoked here at the house [Music]


 
 
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We just built a new chicken coop in the barn. So now it is time to move the chickens into there new home. We set the coop up with all the feeders and water. We covered the floor of the coop with straw to act as a deep mulch. Now all we got to do is catch all the chickens.
 
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so today we're going to be taking our




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chickens and try to move them out here




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the barn to their new coop so we've kept




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them locked in the coop today so we're




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going to try to hang some feeders get




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the water out here maybe put the bedding




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nesting on stuff in there and then try




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to wrassle some chickens or herd some




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chickens that'll be interesting probably




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have to get out the fishing net I guess




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but that's the point for today move two




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chickens from the old coop into this new




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coop so we're gonna go inside of the




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chicken coop now we're gonna pick up the




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feeders and waterers that they have and




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then out here we've got these galvanized




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trashcan that's where we're storing all




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their feed so we've got to get all their




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feed moved as well and see if we get all




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this relocated to the new chicken coop




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before we ever start trying to actually




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gather up the chicken




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[Music]




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yeah




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[Music]




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hello chickens guess what




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yeah it's moving day we're gonna close




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this coop up okay get in there




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Jimmy's caught his feathers are in there




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a little bit guys we're going for the




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big mean ones two big ones in I think




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this is another big one huh oh dang it




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I thought I was this one okay




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no it doesn't have we're gonna pudding




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okay why the little ones are way easier




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to catch do another little one okay




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hello polish




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be quiet it's okay this little Polish




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guy is just about as dumb as it gets no




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wonder they're rare we'll grab you a




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bigger one okay there you go




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it won't take but a second here you go




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I'll get him in this corner a little




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easier um Americana is on my list




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[Laughter]




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all right you're gonna stay still okay




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stay still I do not want to hurt you I




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just want to move yeah yeah she's almost




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sounds like she's been helped last box




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of chickens no chickens were injured in




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the making of this video they might be




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one escaped they might be a little bit




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man




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[Music]




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alright so we should have we're hoping




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to have 22 chickens in here one one




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escaped and hopefully we will when she




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goes back in the coop later we'll catch




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her so she should go in there this




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evening we should be okay sure no




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problem




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look they're trying out the ruse all




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right so I've got two eggs are you




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wanting me to put these okay




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let me get my flashlight out all right




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count them again two point two chickens




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so 23 check third chicken is escaped




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yeah so like I was saying I got the eggs




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did you want me to put that in the nest




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box clicking different nest boxes yeah




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sure you how are you do you think




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they'll maybe help them know where to go




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bucket in here and then we're good to go




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we'll catch one of the chickens tonight




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and get her in here and that should be




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so this is we're afraid since this is so




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close to their actual coop that they've




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lived in if we free-range them they'll




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end up at the other coop wanting to go




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into there so we may actually need to




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lock them in here for quite a bit longer




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this time around




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in a couple days they'll end up with the




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other coop trying to sleep in there yeah




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no scratch through this drone they




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already they're already scratching




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through this strong so this is what we




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had on hand for bedding or whatever is a




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wind bale of straw so that's what we're




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may use those again but right now




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which is strong so how'd that go what do




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you think no two big problems just lost




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the buff so we'll get her back as much




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free-ranging them they're gonna run




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around I don't think that being darker




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in here




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is he gonna matter well anyway we got




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all the chickens moved to the new coop




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so everything's in the barn now so it's




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gonna be way easier for my wife to be




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able to take care of your animals she




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actually takes care of the animals




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probably at least four days of the week




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I kind of do it on the weekends just




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because I usually get up before her but




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she's usually the main animal person




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because she does I just do some feeding




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and watering she normally does all the




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coop clean outs and all the clean-out




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stalls so she she does most of this




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stuff and it'll be way easier in here




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out of the rain now so as before you




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used to do it outside and the in the




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rain and the bad weather and so yeah be




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way easier that's it guys thanks for




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We just built a new chicken coop in the barn. So now it is time to move the chickens into there new home. We set the coop up with all the feeders and water. We covered the floor of the coop with straw to act as a deep mulch. Now all we got to do is catch all the chickens.
 
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so today we're going to be taking our




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chickens and try to move them out here




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the barn to their new coop so we've kept




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them locked in the coop today so we're




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going to try to hang some feeders get




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the water out here maybe put the bedding




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nesting on stuff in there and then try




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to wrassle some chickens or herd some




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chickens that'll be interesting probably




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have to get out the fishing net I guess




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but that's the point for today move two




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chickens from the old coop into this new




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coop so we're gonna go inside of the




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chicken coop now we're gonna pick up the




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feeders and waterers that they have and




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then out here we've got these galvanized




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trashcan that's where we're storing all




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their feed so we've got to get all their




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feed moved as well and see if we get all




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this relocated to the new chicken coop




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before we ever start trying to actually




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gather up the chicken




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[Music]




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[Music]




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yeah




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hello chickens guess what




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yeah it's moving day we're gonna close




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this coop up okay get in there




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Jimmy's caught his feathers are in there




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a little bit guys we're going for the




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big mean ones two big ones in I think




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this is another big one huh oh dang it




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I thought I was this one okay




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no it doesn't have we're gonna pudding




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okay why the little ones are way easier




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to catch do another little one okay




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hello polish




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be quiet it's okay this little Polish




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guy is just about as dumb as it gets no




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wonder they're rare we'll grab you a




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bigger one okay there you go




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it won't take but a second here you go




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I'll get him in this corner a little




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easier um Americana is on my list




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[Laughter]




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all right you're gonna stay still okay




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stay still I do not want to hurt you I




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just want to move yeah yeah she's almost




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sounds like she's been helped last box




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of chickens no chickens were injured in




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the making of this video they might be




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one escaped they might be a little bit




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man




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[Music]




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alright so we should have we're hoping




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to have 22 chickens in here one one




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escaped and hopefully we will when she




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goes back in the coop later we'll catch




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her so she should go in there this




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evening we should be okay sure no




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problem




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look they're trying out the ruse all




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right so I've got two eggs are you




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wanting me to put these okay




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let me get my flashlight out all right




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count them again two point two chickens




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so 23 check third chicken is escaped




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yeah so like I was saying I got the eggs




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did you want me to put that in the nest




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box clicking different nest boxes yeah




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sure you how are you do you think




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they'll maybe help them know where to go




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so we just got to get one more water




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bucket in here and then we're good to go




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we'll catch one of the chickens tonight




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and get her in here and that should be




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so this is we're afraid since this is so




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close to their actual coop that they've




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lived in if we free-range them they'll




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end up at the other coop wanting to go




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into there so we may actually need to




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lock them in here for quite a bit longer




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this time around




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let's have to wait see how that goes but




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I think if we end up free-ranging them




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in a couple days they'll end up with the




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other coop trying to sleep in there yeah




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no scratch through this drone they




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already they're already scratching




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through this strong so this is what we




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had on hand for bedding or whatever is a




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wind bale of straw so that's what we're




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using we've used wood chips in the past




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week we end up with wood chips again we




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may use those again but right now




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we're just going to use what we got




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which is strong so how'd that go what do




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you think no two big problems just lost




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the buff so we'll get her back as much




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oh well I think if when we're




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free-ranging them they're gonna run




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around I don't think that being darker




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in here




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is he gonna matter well anyway we got




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all the chickens moved to the new coop




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so everything's in the barn now so it's




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gonna be way easier for my wife to be




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able to take care of your animals she




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actually takes care of the animals




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probably at least four days of the week




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I kind of do it on the weekends just




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because I usually get up before her but




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she's usually the main animal person




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because she does I just do some feeding




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and watering she normally does all the




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coop clean outs and all the clean-out




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stalls so she she does most of this




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stuff and it'll be way easier in here




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out of the rain now so as before you




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used to do it outside and the in the




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rain and the bad weather and so yeah be




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way easier that's it guys thanks for




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watching
 
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How to build a bed to raise tiny Chicken.

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no better than that we've seen this right are we seeing this right you have one Gosling one cookie hand and two little sick yeah good morning Cindy good morning what you got there we have kitchen scraps and some scrambled eggs the kitchen scraps are from my husband's restaurant so we're going to feed the chickens with that we have some feed as well so I go let the chickens out of their coops let's the scrambled eggs for their for the Gosling's I think they might need a little more protein and that's the easiest protein I have on hands our chicken eggs the feed is I believe about 20% protein but I believe they need a little extra so Connexus there I go what do you have the chickens doing in here they are being rotated around the yard to fertilize different sections of yard we had them in the garden before we started planting so they worked there first that's not a bad idea but a cage over the water to the nothing wrong in it yes I just gave that to them this way recently because they don't want these chicks to fall into it yes so the guys like to get a whole head in I mean Casey is a so you see what I'm doing this is what it looks like after but it's going to come right back better than ever that was just one day there did you think it's eating all agreeing the guys won that's a Denali silky moms don't really scratch the ground as much as the larger Birds no matter than oh we send this right are we seeing this right you have one Gosling one silky hand and too little sex yeah yeah silky mom's a great raising any eggs and for incubating any eggs and I gave her a goose egg and two chicken eggs and the chicken eggs are from my main flock excellent breeding groups I have separated she's raised all of them together we should be able to cover the goose egg because the goose egg is like a fifth big as well as cover chicken eggs but she was able to get herself over about she actually had five eggs the goose egg and four chicken egg chicken eggs take about 21 days to hatch and the Gosling egg takes about 29 how did you work that out raising them together well I got lucky actually I had a girl from the Maine flock who went broody and I gave her four guys laying eggs to start with and over the next week I had two silkies go broody so what I did was I took I took one of the guys laying eggs for each silky and gave them chicken eggs to go with it and so the hatch was a little bit staggered which I don't usually like these chicks were actually do a couple days before the goose eggs were do these chicks hatched on a Tuesday I think they were due on Thursday this goose hatched on Thursday and she was due to hatch on Sunday so she hatched really early which was actually very lucky because mom stayed on her nest for two days after her chicks hatched but then she had to go start teaching them where the food and water was so she got off the nest I thought this goose egg was done I looked in there was this tiny Gosling who was shaking so cold I actually had to take the Gosling out and put her under heat and kind of nursed her back to health a little bit and after about a day and a half she was up and moving around a lot better and these ticks were just running everywhere so I had to make sure she was moving well after a day and a half I put her back under your mom at night and she cuddled right up with mom and mom had no problem with it and started you know teaching the Gosling what to eat as well the next step we did name the guys lean this is only Gosling with the name right now named it lucky wait a minute here just two weeks oh and you're almost as big as your mom she's got another sale paycheck one Gosling to time this right since the Gosling egg takes 29 days and the chicks take 21 days you suck the Gosling under the broody hand first and then time it right do your math and then set the chicken eggs and theoretically you hatch them together and then you trick that goose into thinking it's a chicken this is imprinted on the moment and that's even better you know I raise the goose with a geese yeah a goose with chicks and that'll work and frantic juice on the chicks should hotel guard them they'll think they're kissing yeah and then guard them but you're doing an under you you've got a chicken race and a goose so that's got to be even better there's el imprinted yeah I actually don't have any artificial setup here so all the chicks have hatched and everything I've used really mom so I'm just going to just at this point come on guys well she's a little nervous really yeah really really really like really back up a little bit they're so fun aren't they yeah they're so curious but so nervous about new things I've not given them eggs yet so this is the first time they've seen that bull and they're so makes me miss Donald our guard get this mom won't let me touch her Gosling and I want to I want the guys willing to accept me as well so what are you going to do it it's not going to be a guard goose Christmas Christmas goose and your husband's a chef I imagine that's going to be an amazing Christmas though yeah that'll be a fun one we've never actually had Christmas goose so have you had goose period I don't think I have it had duck but I don't think it's okay Zeus so that'll be a new experience afraid she's gonna eat you if you put that in there give it a good attack yeah she's a little more garlic and the trick is I'm gonna I want to put this down and grab her water maybe in one shot because she's probably going to come right over and snatch at my hand she's very protective oh you're not time to well maybe she won't move because I sitting on two chicks over there I like on the eggs yeah you found the eggs tube hmm you're too close for my comfort commit further motifs ready Jamie hold this up are you sure actually no I cute this one is not working on hey yeah I just got home useless hey guys here just a distraction yes mama saw me I didn't even see you no that was nice thank you because she will take my hand off good mama that's what you don't have to see them much no actually I put food in their feeder over here but they go through it so slowly that because we get all these greens and stuff only if you have two watches I get rubber baits on some of the things and you saved our garbage from the dumpster basically yeah this would have been thrown out completely why not mint turn it into chicken food those chickens there we're allowed to free-range and pretty much prep to a raised bed garden beds yet intentionally planted anything in here yet except that these wild strawberries wait you even got the potatoes as volunteers yeah we had chosen this bed last year so those potatoes are basically where we planted them last year the three of them milk but they did dig out a few and we have one going over in the edge here and we have one growing over on the edge way over there so yeah they pretty much spread out my potatoes you have sunflowers sunflowers don't you have grown in here on why most of this is volunteers sunflowers and I'm potatoes and a bunch of tomato plants around here I just left them growing in one of the beds over there when we were looking for a farm feature in Michigan I have an application process for you guys to fill out we found to me what caught my attention was this huge culture bed and when she has submitted the film to be on the tour this was in the winter um last fall I put together the Zulu culture bed so you can look at my Instagram pictures have pictures of it heading stage nothing's planted in it yet except we have at the very end I have putted garlic now if we're warming up to 55 by next weekend I might actually put some seeds in that won't start now but as soon as it gets warm enough they will you know germinate at right temperatures and start LeGarrette other cold weather plant I thought that will be really fun to see where that has progressed look at it now what and all you have planted in here we have garlic herbs lavender potatoes kale eggplants mustard greens and cucumbers the cucumbers are still coming up yet for those that know basically what is a huge culture bed it is a raised bed system where the center of it is basically would you put big logs in there some smaller stuff some gray material and cover it over and it creates the very fertile raised bed system and I've heard that you don't have to wire it as much either that right now what basically acts as a sponges is breaking down and holds water so you really don't have to do much to this bed and this is our first year so we're trying it out and testing it now for those of you that want more about a Hugo culture how to build it the more about what the plant she has in here even more of what the benefits are guys I opened up my membership area again I haven't even been able to announce that we've been so busy but we open it up a few days ago people are getting in it's going good so I encourage you to check that out she's grabbing some garlic for the breakfast these are garlic scapes so they're the tips you want to get them before the bulbs get too big and you treat it just like garlic when you're cooking so I'm not taking the bulbs out of the ground right now just taking the tops and they smell like garlic okay their heads and I'm looking forward to this is a professional chef he's going to make us some omelets yes some omelets with some garlic scapes and some forged greens are you guys curious about what the inside of this looks to me let's see sure all molds on the top oh wow there's the soil right there looks nice and rich it's really thick laid it on yeah and then there's the you can't see it now but about six inches under is the the pile of wood the very way if you like what Cindy's doing she's sharing her journey with us part time Hermes part YouTube channel name that's YouTube campaign cool the Graham and Facebook nice oh wow Cindy thank you for the morning tour I am looking forward to breakfast yes it's all my yeah Michael Adam this looks like an amazing breakfast tell us about it you're the chef well we're cooking with almost all local product today the eggs are from our hens and then we have fresh garlic scapes that were just harvested this morning Island Cindy we have sauteed common plantains which is a forage weed that Bobby helps us find Tanabe this is Navi hello Navi she's one of the most knowledgeable Forester for foragers in our area another year I have pickled ramps pickle fiddlehead ferns and pickled mushrooms most of it forage from this area the mushrooms are local cultivated we have some bacon which I prepared this winter from a red wattle hair to tog and it's brown sugar and black pepper cured and it was a hard smoked here at the house [Music]


 
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no better than that we've seen this right are we seeing this right you have one Gosling one cookie hand and two little sick yeah good morning Cindy good morning what you got there we have kitchen scraps and some scrambled eggs the kitchen scraps are from my husband's restaurant so we're going to feed the chickens with that we have some feed as well so I go let the chickens out of their coops let's the scrambled eggs for their for the Gosling's I think they might need a little more protein and that's the easiest protein I have on hands our chicken eggs the feed is I believe about 20% protein but I believe they need a little extra so Connexus there I go what do you have the chickens doing in here they are being rotated around the yard to fertilize different sections of yard we had them in the garden before we started planting so they worked there first that's not a bad idea but a cage over the water to the nothing wrong in it yes I just gave that to them this way recently because they don't want these chicks to fall into it yes so the guys like to get a whole head in I mean Casey is a so you see what I'm doing this is what it looks like after but it's going to come right back better than ever that was just one day there did you think it's eating all agreeing the guys won that's a Denali silky moms don't really scratch the ground as much as the larger Birds no matter than oh we send this right are we seeing this right you have one Gosling one silky hand and too little sex yeah yeah silky mom's a great raising any eggs and for incubating any eggs and I gave her a goose egg and two chicken eggs and the chicken eggs are from my main flock excellent breeding groups I have separated she's raised all of them together we should be able to cover the goose egg because the goose egg is like a fifth big as well as cover chicken eggs but she was able to get herself over about she actually had five eggs the goose egg and four chicken egg chicken eggs take about 21 days to hatch and the Gosling egg takes about 29 how did you work that out raising them together well I got lucky actually I had a girl from the Maine flock who went broody and I gave her four guys laying eggs to start with and over the next week I had two silkies go broody so what I did was I took I took one of the guys laying eggs for each silky and gave them chicken eggs to go with it and so the hatch was a little bit staggered which I don't usually like these chicks were actually do a couple days before the goose eggs were do these chicks hatched on a Tuesday I think they were due on Thursday this goose hatched on Thursday and she was due to hatch on Sunday so she hatched really early which was actually very lucky because mom stayed on her nest for two days after her chicks hatched but then she had to go start teaching them where the food and water was so she got off the nest I thought this goose egg was done I looked in there was this tiny Gosling who was shaking so cold I actually had to take the Gosling out and put her under heat and kind of nursed her back to health a little bit and after about a day and a half she was up and moving around a lot better and these ticks were just running everywhere so I had to make sure she was moving well after a day and a half I put her back under your mom at night and she cuddled right up with mom and mom had no problem with it and started you know teaching the Gosling what to eat as well the next step we did name the guys lean this is only Gosling with the name right now named it lucky wait a minute here just two weeks oh and you're almost as big as your mom she's got another sale paycheck one Gosling to time this right since the Gosling egg takes 29 days and the chicks take 21 days you suck the Gosling under the broody hand first and then time it right do your math and then set the chicken eggs and theoretically you hatch them together and then you trick that goose into thinking it's a chicken this is imprinted on the moment and that's even better you know I raise the goose with a geese yeah a goose with chicks and that'll work and frantic juice on the chicks should hotel guard them they'll think they're kissing yeah and then guard them but you're doing an under you you've got a chicken race and a goose so that's got to be even better there's el imprinted yeah I actually don't have any artificial setup here so all the chicks have hatched and everything I've used really mom so I'm just going to just at this point come on guys well she's a little nervous really yeah really really really like really back up a little bit they're so fun aren't they yeah they're so curious but so nervous about new things I've not given them eggs yet so this is the first time they've seen that bull and they're so makes me miss Donald our guard get this mom won't let me touch her Gosling and I want to I want the guys willing to accept me as well so what are you going to do it it's not going to be a guard goose Christmas Christmas goose and your husband's a chef I imagine that's going to be an amazing Christmas though yeah that'll be a fun one we've never actually had Christmas goose so have you had goose period I don't think I have it had duck but I don't think it's okay Zeus so that'll be a new experience afraid she's gonna eat you if you put that in there give it a good attack yeah she's a little more garlic and the trick is I'm gonna I want to put this down and grab her water maybe in one shot because she's probably going to come right over and snatch at my hand she's very protective oh you're not time to well maybe she won't move because I sitting on two chicks over there I like on the eggs yeah you found the eggs tube hmm you're too close for my comfort commit further motifs ready Jamie hold this up are you sure actually no I cute this one is not working on hey yeah I just got home useless hey guys here just a distraction yes mama saw me I didn't even see you no that was nice thank you because she will take my hand off good mama that's what you don't have to see them much no actually I put food in their feeder over here but they go through it so slowly that because we get all these greens and stuff only if you have two watches I get rubber baits on some of the things and you saved our garbage from the dumpster basically yeah this would have been thrown out completely why not mint turn it into chicken food those chickens there we're allowed to free-range and pretty much prep to a raised bed garden beds yet intentionally planted anything in here yet except that these wild strawberries wait you even got the potatoes as volunteers yeah we had chosen this bed last year so those potatoes are basically where we planted them last year the three of them milk but they did dig out a few and we have one going over in the edge here and we have one growing over on the edge way over there so yeah they pretty much spread out my potatoes you have sunflowers sunflowers don't you have grown in here on why most of this is volunteers sunflowers and I'm potatoes and a bunch of tomato plants around here I just left them growing in one of the beds over there when we were looking for a farm feature in Michigan I have an application process for you guys to fill out we found to me what caught my attention was this huge culture bed and when she has submitted the film to be on the tour this was in the winter um last fall I put together the Zulu culture bed so you can look at my Instagram pictures have pictures of it heading stage nothing's planted in it yet except we have at the very end I have putted garlic now if we're warming up to 55 by next weekend I might actually put some seeds in that won't start now but as soon as it gets warm enough they will you know germinate at right temperatures and start LeGarrette other cold weather plant I thought that will be really fun to see where that has progressed look at it now what and all you have planted in here we have garlic herbs lavender potatoes kale eggplants mustard greens and cucumbers the cucumbers are still coming up yet for those that know basically what is a huge culture bed it is a raised bed system where the center of it is basically would you put big logs in there some smaller stuff some gray material and cover it over and it creates the very fertile raised bed system and I've heard that you don't have to wire it as much either that right now what basically acts as a sponges is breaking down and holds water so you really don't have to do much to this bed and this is our first year so we're trying it out and testing it now for those of you that want more about a Hugo culture how to build it the more about what the plant she has in here even more of what the benefits are guys I opened up my membership area again I haven't even been able to announce that we've been so busy but we open it up a few days ago people are getting in it's going good so I encourage you to check that out she's grabbing some garlic for the breakfast these are garlic scapes so they're the tips you want to get them before the bulbs get too big and you treat it just like garlic when you're cooking so I'm not taking the bulbs out of the ground right now just taking the tops and they smell like garlic okay their heads and I'm looking forward to this is a professional chef he's going to make us some omelets yes some omelets with some garlic scapes and some forged greens are you guys curious about what the inside of this looks to me let's see sure all molds on the top oh wow there's the soil right there looks nice and rich it's really thick laid it on yeah and then there's the you can't see it now but about six inches under is the the pile of wood the very way if you like what Cindy's doing she's sharing her journey with us part time Hermes part YouTube channel name that's YouTube campaign cool the Graham and Facebook nice oh wow Cindy thank you for the morning tour I am looking forward to breakfast yes it's all my yeah Michael Adam this looks like an amazing breakfast tell us about it you're the chef well we're cooking with almost all local product today the eggs are from our hens and then we have fresh garlic scapes that were just harvested this morning Island Cindy we have sauteed common plantains which is a forage weed that Bobby helps us find Tanabe this is Navi hello Navi she's one of the most knowledgeable Forester for foragers in our area another year I have pickled ramps pickle fiddlehead ferns and pickled mushrooms most of it forage from this area the mushrooms are local cultivated we have some bacon which I prepared this winter from a red wattle hair to tog and it's brown sugar and black pepper cured and it was a hard smoked here at the house [Music]