Our chicks and turks are now 3 weeks old and capeable of sustained flight (sort of). They can now easily get to the top of the feeder and up to the new perch.
The leghorns are starting to get their combs. Birds develop fast!
On the darker side (photos to come), I was cutting a roll of chicken wire in half with my angle grinder when it caught, kicked up and came down on my fore arm on the inside. There is now a pretty good imitation of a hesitation mark good for 9 stitches. I also ended up with a tetanus shot as the last one was about 15 to 20 years ago, and a 2 week run of antibiotics. Fortunately, the roll of wire was new. However, the zip grinder blade was not. Maybe I will forget about the pictures this time. The inside of the arm was quite interesting to look at, until it started to bleed.