- Open the pop-hole and let chickens out of the coop.
- Remove any eggs.
- Clean and fill the feeder and drinker.
- Top up grit container with shell and grit.
- Check for eggs again in the afternoon.
- At the end of the day, make sure all are back in the coop and close the pop-hole.
- The run area can become wilted and bare quickly, so move coop each week to a fresh grass area.
- Clean the coop and remove old food and droppings as these will attract unwanted rodents.
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