Mike Haasl wrote:Much debate among certifiers. Points for roundwood work, points for "get er done", negative points for plastic roof. Final score is 7.5 oddball points.
Mike Haasl wrote:Ha, I just went to comment in Animal Care that you made that BB and I realized the one Penny needs is for rabbits. wa wa waaa
Beau Davidson wrote:I’ll scare up the Chicken Harvest BB real quick.
Mike Haasl wrote:I'd say it's up to you Beau. I'd say either here in the Oddball badge is fine, or in the Homesteading Oddball thread.
Oddball is scored for the time it would take a pro to do it with a bit of luck.
Homesteading Oddball is scored for the time it would take a talented newbie to do it. IE more points
But, Homesteading Oddball only counts towards Straw/Wood level Homesteading. So if you want to work ahead for that badge, I'd put it in there. If you want to get Oddball Sand first, I'd keep it here. It's up to you. If you want to move it, just reply here and I'll cut/paste your thread over into the other thread.
John C Daley wrote:It does not look that deep!
Can you fabricate the stirrups yourself?Some hoop iron diagonally across the roof frame both ways should be a great help in creating lateral stability of the new posts.
John C Daley wrote:You may need to lower the floor area if and earthen floor is used, they need a fair bit of depth for the layers.