Archive for July, 2019

FINAL REMINDER: Chicken Keeping/Coop Building Classes July 20


Looking for a place to cool off and learn about chickens? Sign up for two classes at the Morton Arboretum on July 20. I’ll have a chicken walking around the classroom while you learn about how to care for backyard hens!

Backyard Chickens 101: Chicken Keeping and Backyard Chickens 102: Chicken Coop Basics

There are just a few slots open!

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Hens looking for a home


THESE BIRDS NOW HAVE A HOME. Thanks, everyone.

Three healthy, laying hens free to a good home. They are on the north side of Chicago. We have two Buff Orpingtons (brown eggs) and one Ameraucana (blue eggs) that are all two years old. They are sweet, docile and quiet. We are looking to re-home them because they are not integrating well with our established flock, because our existing flock is too aggressive. We purchased the Orpingtons and Ameraucana five weeks ago from someone who needed to get rid of their flock. Again, they are healthy and would do well on their own, with other docile breeds, or in a brood with a rooster.

Home to Roost can vouch for the care these chickens have been given! They have great owners!

 

 

REMINDER: Sign up for Chicken Keeping and Coop Building Classes at the Morton Arboretum, July 20


Back by popular demand! Learn more about chicken keeping in these popular classes coming up on July 20:

Backyard Chickens 101: Chicken Keeping and Backyard Chickens 102: Chicken Coop Basics

Space is limited, so register soon.