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Started by Brian Adam. Last reply by Brian Adam Dec 6, 2011.
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Started by Brian Adam. Last reply by Brian Adam Sep 12, 2011.
I did wonder if you were going to do the temp thing with the haybales. Love the use of random items to finish the construction :) Suzie, I have been all inspired by the Eco housing workshops & really gone hard out in the garden & organising work on the house. Making in roads at last...Hope you're going well
You sound just lovely, follow your heart and everything will grow, and your friends will be happy...the feathered ones et al.
Sorry ladies, I don't think I know enough about earth plastering to make a permanent coop. Right now the haybales have been stacked around a rabbit hutch for temporary accommodation for growing baby chooks. I've placed corrugated plastic and a car cover over the top to keep the hay bales from getting wet. When the chooks have gotten a little older I'll insert sticks into the sides of the bales for roosting. After the chooks have grown and I've found them suitable homes I'm going to use the hay to mulch my garden.
Kirsty, it's lovely to hear from you again!
Hay bales were for sale at the Kumeu Horselands shop for 14 dollars each.
Can anyone recommend a place to buy hay bales? I want to build a hay bale chicken coop.
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