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I am a chicken idiot, so is my husband - he HATES chickens...long story... Anyway, I think I have him talked into building a coop next to our barn. Any tips? Also, what breeds should I look at? How much time a day do you spend tending to your chickens? I have always loved birds so I am kinda excited!!! I am thinking maybe 4-6 chickens to start. I don't want a rooster to start. Just layers.
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See what those local to you have success raising. Some birds do better in warmer climates than others.
Chickens are awesome! They took 20 min/day to feed, water, let out of the pen and gather eggs. I cleaned the coop out and added fresh hay to the nest boxes 1x week, which added 20-30min that one day.
I can't wait to be rid of these damn mink so we can have chickens again.
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don't ever give them a heat lamp, no matter how cold. They won't learn to tolerate the cold if you do, but will be fine if you never give them one. Shouldn't be a problem where you are, just wanted to mention it anyway

chickens are easy. foxes are the problem.
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Huh that's good to know. The coop I am looking at (its a used on on cl - is it ok to buy a used one?) has a heat lamp with it. It can get down to the 20s at night. Rarely 20s during the day. I have never seen a fox. We have tons of coyotes though, but it will be next to the barn so I am not too worried. I am most worried about my dogs. I think I need a shock collar for them to train them to stay away. My blue heeler can be aggressive, but I have gotten them tamed down to my cats, so hopefully I can do that for the chickens.
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right now we're at a negative windchill, high of 15 today and our 2 chickens have no heater
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right now we're at a negative windchill, high of 15 today and our 2 chickens have no heater
That's good to know! Thank you!!
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We get down to the upper 20s at night on occasion, and I've never provided supplemental heat for our chickens. We have a 3 sided coop, with one side open & just covered in hardware wire. I make sure the open side is tarped when it's going to be that cold, but I haven't even done that this winter - we've only had a couple days that it's even frozen!

If you get chicks, they will need a heat lamp until they feather out, though. So I wouldn't throw the heat lamp away or anything.
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Can you look at this and let me know what your think? It says it has 3 nesting boxes but he kept 10 silkies in there. Do you think it would be big enough for maybe 6 regular hens? Aren't silkies the smaller birds?

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we never did a heat lamp, just kept them in the house then in a shed until they were a good enough size, but ours were several weeks old when we got them and it was pretty cold here
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Can you look at this and let me know what your think? It says it has 3 nesting boxes but he kept 10 silkies in there. Do you think it would be big enough for maybe 6 regular hens? Aren't silkies the smaller birds?

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The standard computations say that you need 2-4 sq feet per bird inside the coop - lower for smaller birds and for birds that go out to forage every day. 10 silkies is probably overfilling that coop. They don't need a nest box for each bird, though. They sleep on the roosts, and only lay in the nest boxes. So each nest box only gets used by each hen for a few min each day. They are happy to share.

I am also seeing that the coop has no roosts. You would need to install a roosting ladder or bar of some sort. They don't like sleeping on the ground. It's instinct to go up. If you don't install something in the coop, you are likely to find them "in bed" every night roosting on top of it. Silkies are non flyers, so they wouldn't be able to get on top. But if you get any hen that can even manage a flappy jump, they will want to be roosted up off the ground and if you don't give them somewhere, they will find it.

Also...it doesn't look like there is a way to close up the door. By your barn or not, if you can't close it up, you will loose birds to predators. Skunks and opossums will happily chomp up sleeping birds, and they will into barn areas at night, even if your dogs do deter the coyote (we have one coyote who will come right up to our house, even during the day, and even with the dog, and snatched a chicken from under the fence around our chicken yard).

Our coop is a two story 4x8, so it's big enough for 32 birds at 2 sq ft per bird, technically, since ours go out every day, all day. We feel like it's pretty full at around 24-26 birds, though.
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we never did a heat lamp, just kept them in the house then in a shed until they were a good enough size, but ours were several weeks old when we got them and it was pretty cold here
Brand new chicks do need heat lamps. You can start weaning them off as soon as they start to feather out at a few weeks old. So you probably got them right when that could start happening.
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The standard computations say that you need 2-4 sq feet per bird inside the coop - lower for smaller birds and for birds that go out to forage every day. 10 silkies is probably overfilling that coop. They don't need a nest box for each bird, though. They sleep on the roosts, and only lay in the nest boxes. So each nest box only gets used by each hen for a few min each day. They are happy to share.

I am also seeing that the coop has no roosts. You would need to install a roosting ladder or bar of some sort. They don't like sleeping on the ground. It's instinct to go up. If you don't install something in the coop, you are likely to find them "in bed" every night roosting on top of it. Silkies are non flyers, so they wouldn't be able to get on top. But if you get any hen that can even manage a flappy jump, they will want to be roosted up off the ground and if you don't give them somewhere, they will find it.

Also...it doesn't look like there is a way to close up the door. By your barn or not, if you can't close it up, you will loose birds to predators. Skunks and opossums will happily chomp up sleeping birds, and they will into barn areas at night, even if your dogs do deter the coyote (we have one coyote who will come right up to our house, even during the day, and even with the dog, and snatched a chicken from under the fence around our chicken yard).

Our coop is a two story 4x8, so it's big enough for 32 birds at 2 sq ft per bird, technically, since ours go out every day, all day. We feel like it's pretty full at around 24-26 birds, though.
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Brand new chicks do need heat lamps. You can start weaning them off as soon as they start to feather out at a few weeks old. So you probably got them right when that could start happening.
Thank you for all the information. We can add on to it. I am thinking the materials and time building would be worth what it is. I think we could add a roosting area and make a door, etc, etc. I appreciate all the info. I just know nothing about this at all.
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it's generally 3 birds to 1 nest box too. and what Andrea said up there.

I'm in Oregon. Fairly mild temps although we've had 2 snows last year. We're staying around 35-40 as a low this year. I have 2 blue laced red Wyandottes, 1 rhode island red, 1 columbian wyandotte and 1 white plymouth rock. Of those that I've had I'll probably get more rocks and more reds. I'd also like to get some orpingtons to try even though I hear they are more broody than what I already have. It's just my wyandottes that I have to battle with the broodiness. The others never went broody in the 4 years I've had them.
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What does broody mean? I swear, I feel like an idiot. I can talk cows and horses all day. But chickens...nope...I'm dumb.

Ok. We have a developer group that is holding some high dollar land in north dallas and we farm it for them so they can keep ag exempt taxes on the prop. They have a bunch of metal buildings on there that DH and I have our eye on, but I remember they have an aviary. We have to do work on their seed contract this weekend. I was thinking already that we need to put in that we can remove the buildings and fence when they no longer need them in the contract. Maybe we can put in that we remove the aviary within 30 days or something. They are in a bind and can't find anybody to farm it for them. It's only 15 acres.

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We haven't had huge problems with our orphingtons being broody. It's been our easter eggers and a new hampshire red who we are constantly fighting with.
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What does broody mean? I swear, I feel like an idiot. I can talk cows and horses all day. But chickens...nope...I'm dumb.

Ok. We have a developer group that is holding some high dollar land in north dallas and we farm it for them so they can keep ag exempt taxes on the prop. They have a bunch of metal buildings on there that DH and I have our eye on, but I remember they have an aviary. We have to do work on their seed contract this weekend. I was thinking already that we need to put in that we can remove the buildings and fence when they no longer need them in the contract. Maybe we can put in that we remove the aviary within 30 days or something. They are in a bind and can't find anybody to farm it for them. It's only 15 acres.

You can see it here.

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That would make a great chicken coop! Walk in coops are lovely to clean, too. You can just shovel them out.

Broody = setting on eggs, trying to hatch them. It's a pain because they don't lay when they are broody. Some hens will try to take your hand off when you collect the eggs from under them when they are broody, but I've never had that problem. It's also a problem for us when they are broody in the summertime, because the coop gets really warm during the day. If they are broody they won't get out of the coop and go into the shade or the areas where we run the sprinkler to keep them cool.
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Andrea, you haven't had your orpingtons go broody? Sorry, confused by your statement, wondering if it was a mistype.

I'm thinking of getting a couple more to replace a few that passed over the last couple years.
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