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Satellite Dishes Make Great Chick Shelters
Upside down satellite dishes make instant shelters for poultry, says Rick Haswell or Carnduff, Sask.
    Haswell was looking for a way to protect 6-week-old pheasant chicks from the rain. Haswell, along with his wife Virginia and brother-in-law Allistar Hogg, run a pheasant hatchery on their farm. They supply about 3,000 pheasants for wildlife conservation groups who sponsor raise and release programs.
    Haswell simply mounts the dishes upside down on a wood posts.

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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #2