- Feb 15, 2017
- Marshall, Va
- 1952 Ford 8n, saving up for a new Kubota or Yanmar
Good point, for us we want to get our hens out into the pasture because when we let them free range around the house they destroy the flower beds and landscaping. However, when they’re out in the pasture they’re vulnerable to predation so we want a secure coop that can be moved about once a week. It takes us about 5-10 minutes to move our other chicken tractor, kick the chickens out, fold up their ramp, lower the wheels, back the 8N up to it and lift it on the ball hitch, tow it around like a trailer. Very easy and we don’t have to much cleaning at all.