Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Tuesday's Tip from our Junior Blogger: How to Find and Use a Chicken Sitter

Tuesday's Tip From Our Junior Blogger
Chicken tending tips straight from the mouth of a 5-year-old!

How to Find and Use a Chicken Sitter


When you go on vacation and you have chickens, you have to get a chicken sitter.  You might be able to find a chicken sitter on care.com.  If there are no chicken sitters where you live ask your neighbors or friends to help.  Pay them $2.03.  Tell the chicken sitter to feed the chickens at 5:00pm every day and make sure they have water in their bucket to drink.  The chicken sitter needs to close the coop at night so raccoons, owls, cats and dogs don't come in and snatch the chickens.  And make sure to tell the chicken sitter to not let the chickens in the garden or Mom will get mad.





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