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rattle
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2 year update... In this build, I used the heavy duty, clear builders plastic.I knew at the time that it is not rated for greenhouses and used it as i ...

rattle
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2 year update... In this build, I used the heavy duty, clear builders plastic.I knew at the time that it is not rated for greenhouses and used it as i ...

rattle
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December 2020

Looks good @mich1972. Back when I was a chef, cooking with native plants was not really a thing and was very uncommon. I gave up that career a good 20 ...

rattle
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December 2020

Nice! Looking good @mich1972.Do they like to scratch around in it and how good is it for odour? I dust the girls and their coops with Diatomaceous Ear ...

rattle
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December 2020

@Prawns, that's a very good point.I have no idea as to how a chicken would go if eating a poisoned mouse. I do have a bait station in a small cage now ...

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Andy_J
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January 2021

Thanks @mich1972 I have had a couple of good harvests of peas, beans, and dill. My daughter loved taking care and harvesting the tomatoes (Roma, Che ...

Prawns
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December 2020

My wife cant get to sleep without harry potter movie going on the bedroom tv lol. We got one of those new google chromecasts on the tv, and installed ...

mich1972
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December 2020

Thank You @rattle !!! I love how we are becoming more aware of Bush Tucker !! ohhhhhh I have got to see your little chicks !!!! I wish we had more sp ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December 2020

Great photos @mich1972, many thanks for sharing. Do you use it for cooking or teas at all? Mitchell

mich1972
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December 2020

Our beautiful Lemon Myrtle is flowering !! Australian Native edible . We have it growing in a pot in the Chicken Run. The fragrance when you crush the ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December 2020

Hi @Chaks_DIY, It's amazing how a project can invent itself out of thin air. That looks fantastic and is a brilliant use of the location. You ...

Noyade
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December 2020

Hello!What size drill bit? Is the one you're using new or used?Cordless or corded drill?The thickness of the metal would be 2 to 3 mm? A sharp drill b ...

mich1972
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December 2020

They absolutely love it @rattle 殺 laying straight into it. Coop smells good  I use Biochar ( Charlie Charcoal ) so this helps deodorise the coop. I a ...

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rattle
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a month ago

2 year update... In this build, I used the heavy duty, clear builders plastic.I knew at the time that it is not rated for greenhouses and used it as i ...

rattle
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December 2020

Looks good @mich1972. Back when I was a chef, cooking with native plants was not really a thing and was very uncommon. I gave up that career a good 20 ...

rattle
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December 2020

Nice! Looking good @mich1972.Do they like to scratch around in it and how good is it for odour? I dust the girls and their coops with Diatomaceous Ear ...

rattle
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December 2020

@Prawns, that's a very good point.I have no idea as to how a chicken would go if eating a poisoned mouse. I do have a bait station in a small cage now ...

rattle
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December 2020

Quality work right there @asifkhawaja. Well done. Big fan of the colour choice too.

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