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Innovative chicken coops can give a yard some chic


Innovative chicken coops can give a yard some chic

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Innovative chicken coops can give a yard some chic
News from Record-Searchlight:

This image taken on May 11, 2013 shows a moveable chicken coop sold by Williams-Sonoma, that is built on wheels which makes it easy to maneuver around a lawn providing fresh grass for the small, foraging flock, in Langley, Wash. It’s a good way to fertilize, too. (AP Photo/Dean Fosdick)

To make an original statement with yard art, think beyond fountains, globes and statuary. Add chicken coops to be chic.

These outbuildings can amuse and enhance while providing shelter for the family fowl.

“Raising chickens is a different hobby now than it was in the past,” said Matthew Wolpe, who with fellow designer Kevin McElroy wrote “Reinventing the Chicken Coop.” (Storey Publishing, 2012).

Many of those who choose to raise backyard chickens today “are urban dwellers with no traditional (poultry) background — people bringing a fresh approach who want their chicken coops to be more like accessories to their houses,” he said. “They believe the coops should be at the front of the house rather than hidden.”

Once you have the essentials down — the egg boxes, a screened run, a perch, ventila…………… continues on Record-Searchlight

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The Reject Shop hits Legana
News from Tasmania Examiner:

June 6, 2013, 4:10 p.m.

Legana has been the latest town to welcome the red and yellow banners of The Reject Shop.

The chain opened its 15th Tasmanian store at the end of May.

Store manager Teresa Browning said she was excited to welcome customers into the new store to check out the selection of low-price products and bargains.

“Our Legana customers will find The Reject Shop is a great place to save money on a huge range of products including homewares, kitchenware, hardware, pet care, household cleaning products, toiletries and cosmetics,” Mrs Browning said.

“We’re always bringing in new products at consistently lo…………… continues on Tasmania Examiner

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