More and more people are starting to have a look at chicken hutch plans to help them thru the method of building their chicken coop. There still are a sizeable number of people out there however who don’t understand the need to consult a guide for the building process. This is a very big mistake for a number of reasons noted below:
Wrong Size: The first reason why you absolutely must use chicken hutch plans is to make certain you’re building the correct size for your chickens. Most chicken farmers have an idea under consideration on the specific number of chickens they need to keep in their chicken coop, therefore ensuring that you are following a particular formula for this number of chickens will be necessary.
If you don’t have plans to follow and have no idea of the formula for size issues, there’s a very probable chance that you will build too little and the chickens won’t stay healthy within the chicken coop.
Wrong Lighting: The second thing that chicken hutch plans are going to help out with is making sure you’re putting the windows in the right location on the chicken coop and building them to the right size also.
Windows are going to play the twin role in the chicken coop of both letting in enough light and providing means for ventilation.
When the windows aren’t placed properly in the chicken coop, you’re often going to be made to run in electrical light which gets extremely pricey over a period.
Unacceptable Location: Ultimately, the third reason why you have to be ensuring you’re using chicken hutch plans is to find the number one place to build. There are a spread of factors that go into choosing the location for your chicken coop so you don’t want to overlook any of them.
Many folks build where they think it will look or work the best in terms of their overall layout of their farm, but more frequently than not this is quite in alignment with what would essentially allow the coop to function properly – making sure you get fresh eggs each morning when you wake up.
So make sure you actually use chicken hutch plans for the building process. You may think you can go without and just use your own general information for the process but there are lots more specifics than many of us realize and it’s these specifics that commonly cost you leads to the long term.
A Night in the City: GSC Grad Formal
Your Graduate Student Council, with sponsorship from the Stanford Alumni Association, presents Grad Formal 2017: A Night in the City! ****Stanford ID and proof of age required; party is not open to the public****No outside alcohol please**** For one night only, the Arrillaga Alumni Center will be transformed into San Francisco for a night of dancing and fun, so don't miss out! This annual grad student tradition is our biggest event! We will have a DJ, two photobooths, fun surprises, delicious appetizers and an open bar with beer and white wine, as well as equally attractive non-alcoholic beverages. The Graduate Student Council would like to thank the Stanford Alumni Association (SAA) for sponsoring some of the costs of this event. The SAA's constant support of graduate student life assures that we can keep your ticket price as affordable as possible. ****Stanford ID and proof of age required; party is not open to the public ****No outside alcohol please**** Frequently Asked Questions 1. What is the event guest policy? As with all GSC parties, this is a members-only party that is not open to the public. All +1s must be accompanied by a Stanford graduate student who assumes all responsibilities for their guest. +1s must enter at the same time as the Stanford student who invited them, and there is a maximum of one guest per Stanford student. 2. When does the open bar close? When is the food service? As per Stanford policy, the open bar will close at 11pm, one hour before the end of the party. After that, you can enjoy other delicious equally attractive non-alcoholic beverages. Appetizers will be passed (waiters walking around the party with appetizers on the tray). We recommend that you arrive at 8 pm, as food service normally finishes two hours after or while supplies last. 3. Will there be a coatcheck? Yes, but please note that it will be unattended, and the GSC does not assume any responsibility for lost items. 4. What type of food and drinks will there be? We will have an open bar with beer, white wine and champagne. There will be equally attractive non-alcoholic beverages and coffee and tea. The appetizers will be as follows: bite sized maki sushi (assortment), smoked salmon canapes with scallion sauce, bubble & squeak with chive crème fraîche (vegetarian), zucchini carrot cake, oaxacan grilled chicken masa basket with salsa roja and guacamole crema (gluten free), mini reubens, mini pork carnitas taco (gluten free), pigs in a blanket with peach mustard chutney, rosemary and sea salt popcorn (vegetarian, vegan, gluten free), strawberries and cookies. 5. If I sign-up to volunteer, do I have to buy a ticket? No. All volunteers will receive a complimentary ticket from the GSC Social Chair Gabby Badica. The link for the volunteer email is in the email you received (in your Stanford inbox) about the event. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to contact the GSC Social Chair, Gabby Badica, at [email protected]