Holiday Coop

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December 9, 2014 by Buffy

I’ve been inspired to decorate the chicken coop for Christmas. (Thanks Aunt Libby!).  Doesn’t it look great?

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Better than having these wild teenagers hanging out in my cute window box!

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Those red Nandina berries really are a great pop of holiday color.  I wonder if those wild teenagers will eat them?  Of course they will, eating is what teenagers do.   I wonder if those berries are safe for chickens?  After a quick google search, the Nandina berries have been removed.  (No chickens were harmed in this decorating!)  Several posts listed the berries to be poisonous to birds.

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I ran out of daylight today, but maybe tomorrow I can find something colorful and edible to add!  Do you have any suggestions?

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4 thoughts on “Holiday Coop

  1. Littlesundog says:

    I wonder if you have Beauty Berries around your area? They are wild here and I see them in woodlands and on the prairie as well – mostly in lowland areas where soil retains moisture. They grow wild in huge patches. The berries are pretty and I know birds, deer and foxes eat them.

  2. You could also pop a few grape/cherry tomatoes for color in there.

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