chicken yard

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Noun1.chicken yard - an enclosed yard for keeping poultrychicken yard - an enclosed yard for keeping poultry
yard - an enclosure for animals (as chicken or livestock)
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He actually loves spending time out here in the chicken yard with his flock," Smith said.
If you have a chicken yard the size of a postage stamp, covering the soil with wood chips, leaves, straw or compost will ameliorate the lack of vegetation and create a living medium even without green, growing plants.
For 210,000 forints ($750; 690 euros) a day, a prospective renter gets seven guesthouses that sleep 39 people, four streets, a bus stop, a barn, a chicken yard, six horses, two cows, three sheep and 10 acres of farmland -- along with the possibility of temporarily being named deputy mayor.
This way it prevents critters from digging under the chicken yard and getting to my hens.
I moved the birds into the chicken yard, and they started exploring their Oklahoma pasture.
Karp reminds her of that raccoon in the chicken yard.
Her chicken yard is protected by an old block wall that remains from a building that once stood at the corner of the property.
Flannery O'Connor once said there would never be a biography written about her because no one would want to read about a life that was lived between the house and the chicken yard.
Knowing nothing of their great heritage, they "walked through the chicken yard with their heads down, feeling that they were indeed chickens.
After a quick breakfast, I was down the back steps, through our garden and chicken yard and into the timber that extended for a couple of miles down to Turkey Creek.
Franklin Owen, former executive secretary of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, told a story about some boys playing with a white football which they accidentally kicked into the chicken yard.