"Have you thought about electric netting? It is a strong deterrent to coyotes, raccoons and other predators. One good place to check out for ideas is http://premier1supplies.com/ they have a lot of information and ideas on what may work for you."
"We save our eggshells from the girls in a pile, and put them out in the sun for a day or so to dry/sanitize them. Break them up into a dish, and put out for the chickens to eat as they need. Since then their shells returned to normal, as the shells…"
"We have Royal Palm turkeys with our chickens. We really like them a lot, as they are very easy to take care of and are good foragers. We haven't had any issues with the hens pulling the turkeys tail feathers (although they will occasionally…"
"All my chickens that are over 1 year old start molting this time of year. It is really, really common (although startling when you first see how shabby they can get!). Mine are pretty disreputable looking right now. Some end up being almost naked,…"
"I thought there was a Stride Right place on the West Side of town, just off Coors and Montano in a strip mall. It was called something like "Children's Shoe Store". It looks like there may be one off of Spain and Eubank as well (try…"
Actually a lot of goats go into season only in the fall, so they kid in the spring. Also, A lot of people avoid breeding in the spring/summer as to not have kids freeze when they are born.
There are also differing theories as…"
"From our experience with chaffehaye, you won't ever see right looking poop. If that is what you are feeding them, be happy it isn't liquid (that is what happened to ours every time we tried the stuff). We eventually gave it to a friend…"
"You will have to look up what your your house is actually zoned as, because it might vary. I expect that it will be something like R-1 (Residential Area), where the ordinance is as follows:
14-16-2-6 R-1 RESIDENTIAL ZONE.
"I don't know of any particular general goat keeping groups in town, except those involved with organizations like the ADGA or breed-specific groups. If you need help, though, we have goats and would be happy to answer any questions you might…"