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Birds in the’burbs

Chooks are the new backyard pet and you can enjoy their company whether you live in the city or the back of Bourke. They’re adaptable, very smart and live for seven to 14 years.

Provided your hens have safe, comfy housing, they’ll be low-maintenance pets. You will never be short of chook sitters, your garden will benefit from the poop and the fresh eggs are a wonderful bonus.

Chooks don’t bark all night; nor do they engage in catfights or pee everywhere. There are some negatives: they’re capable of totally re-landscaping your garden if left alone in it, may

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