I'm interested in building an enclosure for them, to both control their impact and make it easier for us to find their eggs. What works for them in terms of roosts, nests, etc?
Has anyone tractored them, and what size tractor worked well? What kinds of greens did they seem to like? Ours are not eating much of the scratch we put out for them, and have pretty well policed the area of weedy annual grasses - which is good - but there must be more nutritious greens that would appeal to them.
They love animal foods, and I am thinking of growing meal worms for them - apparently it's not too hard. Other suggestions?
I would love to hear how other folks are meeting their needs and integrating them into their permaculture management.
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