Chicks have arrived
The Roaring Fork Valley Co-op in Carbondale is now selling chicks and all the nececesities needed for happy and healthy chickens. The Co-op hosted a spring chick event Tuesday evening and invited people to speak with Purina reps to talk about chick health, feeding and taking care of the flock. Glenwood Springs does require in-town residents to obtain a permit to keep up to six backyard hens for the purpose of providing fresh eggs and poultry. No roosters are allowed. The RF Co-op will be receiving new shipments of baby chicks every week until June.
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