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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Jo Anne, Jan 12, 2018.

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    Jo Anne

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    I would think so...perhaps under a larger plant to fill in.
     
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    Jo Anne

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    And we do!!! However, we've lost most of our backyard grass. It just won't grow!!! So I now have 7 chickens. :~)
     
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    I always wanted to have chickens running around just so I could have super fresh farm eggs!
     
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    I have 4 10mos old pet hens, never thought I'd own chickens, never thought I could love them so much!...I wish I could let them run around, but mine wouldn't last a day if they were free ranged, too many predators around here
     
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    I've got to divide some hostas this spring. I'm going to try this!
     
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    I understand completely. I'm so attached to ours. Fortunately, we have a lot of trees for coverage so they're out all day.
     

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