The older Rhode Island Red and Leghorn chickens emerge from the old coop first, since the automatic door opener on that coop gets more sunlight (it has a light sensor to open and close the pop door), and come over to the new run:
Meanwhile, the chickens in the new coop are waking up, and having their breakfast:
Then their door opens, and they start to emerge into the run:
Then the old chickens go into the new coop to eat that food (even though they have their own):
Here’s me doing the morning rounds, about to give the chickens a treat (leftover pasta):
They were very excited:
I hope you enjoyed this post, that’s a little different than the usual ones.