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3 thoughts on “Contact Farming My Backyard”

  1. Two of my 3 chickens were Millie’s and I have one left alone. Does she need a companion, and if so do I need to be careful introducing them?

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  2. Two of my 3 chickens were killed leaving one 3 year old all alone. Does she need a companion? If so, do I need to be careful introducing them?

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