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Thanks! I wondered about that too... But no harm in trying. Btw: does anyone know how big the max is for pictures? 400x400?

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Well... Tried posting pictures with the links from photobucket, but it's not working for me. Maybe it's because I'm new, maybe because photobucket doesn't like me... I will try it again later.

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Resized the pictures to under 400x400. But will try again tomorrow.

 

I bought three New Hampshire Bantam ladies. They are now 3 months old. They have plenty of space in the run and love to muck about in the woodchips. The only downside to the coop is the ladder. Much too slippery for the small claws of my bantams. So I covered the steps of the ladder with binding rope. Makes live a lot easier for my little ladies.

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Cat inspected the coop and saw it was good.

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The boxes, bigger then expected

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Crocheted covers for the steps of the ladder, to make it less slippery.

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Chooks are still a bit bedazzled by the big outdoors!

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Looks good cattail, I have made my Go go Up, just need to build the run and attach it to my WIR. One bit of advice is you might want to put some thing around the edge of your run, as it won't take them long to kick your wood chip out. Off now to build!

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That's a good suggestion! Although they won't stay on the pavement for ever. Just waiting for my grass to grow!

 

Good luck building!

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im really interested in the go up! the classic is great but its so long it only fits a few ways in the garden. think i might need to save up for it :) also constantly bending down to do anything with it on the floor. love to see more pics :)

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The compactness is the main thing I went for the Up, instead of one of the others. Have a tiny garden, and this keeps some room for me too! It's a great buy!

 

I took some new pictures today and will see if I can upload them later on.

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