New Infrastructure On The Farm
With the help of Alan, our gifted ranch-hand/welder, we were blessed this year with not one but two solid shelters for our egg layers and our meat birds. Drum roll please!...
The first house to literally roll onto the scene is our yellow egg mobile which can hold about 200 layers at night. By day they are outside everywhere and put themselves to bed when the sun goes down. Clean, ungraded eggs from a variety of chickens running hither and yon. Grass, bugs and soy-free, gmo-free, corn-free feed are found on our layers' table.
The most recent structure is actually a 12'x20' yellow sled with a shiny roof. Currently it holds six turkeys to protect them from our neighbor's German Shepherds. In about 3 weeks, the sled will house over 100 Cornish Rock meat birds while they are moved daily for fresh grass and soy-free, gmo-free, corn-free ration.
What do you think of these new homes?