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Chick Tip: Adjust temperatures as chicks grow. Hang a heat lamp in the center of a brooder, about 20 inches above the litter, with 2.5 - 3 feet between the lamp and the guard walls. The temperature under the heat lamp should be 95 degrees Fahrenheit and adequate room in the brooder should be available for the chicks to get out from under the heater if they get too hot. After week one, gradually reduce heat by 5 degrees Fahrenheit each week until reaching a minimum of 55 degrees.:

Chick Tip: Adjust temperatures as chicks grow. Hang a heat lamp in the center of a brooder, about 20 inches above the litter, with 2.5 - 3 feet between the lamp and the guard walls. The temperature under the heat lamp should be 95 degrees Fahrenheit and adequate room in the brooder should be available for the chicks to get out from under the heater if they get too hot. After week one, gradually reduce heat by 5 degrees Fahrenheit each week until reaching a minimum of 55 degrees.:

Chicken feeder

Chicken feeder

I made this chicken feeder. It is made out of 1 piece of 3 inch pipe 2 end caps and one 90° elbow. I cut a 1.5 foot piece off one end and dr...

PVC Pipe Chicken Feeder

I made this chicken feeder. It is made out of 1 piece of 3 inch pipe 2 end caps and one 90° elbow. I cut a 1.5 foot piece off one end and dr...

Backyard chickens - Chicken coop tour- Easy to clean - YouTube

Backyard chickens - Chicken coop tour- Easy to clean - YouTube

Keeping baby chickens and raising them from teeny tiny balls of fluff into charming chooks will be a rewarding experience for any chicken keeper. Here is a visual guide on what to prepare and do the first few days and weeks with your baby chickens. Read our article here for more in depth information, http://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/first-few-days-and-weeks-with-baby-chicks/ #loveyourchickens #babychickens #infographic

Keeping baby chickens and raising them from teeny tiny balls of fluff into charming chooks will be a rewarding experience for any chicken keeper. Here is a visual guide on what to prepare and do the first few days and weeks with your baby chickens. Read our article here for more in depth information, http://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/first-few-days-and-weeks-with-baby-chicks/ #loveyourchickens #babychickens #infographic

Backyard chicken breeds can lay eggs in many fun colors – from traditional white to olive green and chocolate brown. Click to learn more about breed selection!

Backyard chicken breeds can lay eggs in many fun colors – from traditional white to olive green and chocolate brown. Click to learn more about breed selection!

Mice in your chicken coop can cause all kinds of health and sanitary issues - not to mention freeloading off your flock's feed! Here's 5 pro tips you can use TODAY to keep the mice at bay!

Keep Your Chicken Coop Mice-Free This Winter! [Podcast]

Mice in your chicken coop can cause all kinds of health and sanitary issues - not to mention freeloading off your flock's feed! Here's 5 pro tips you can use TODAY to keep the mice at bay!

I am constantly tempted to feed our chickens table scraps. I hate throwing things in the trash, so it seems logical to me that I can divert some of our half-eaten meals to the ladies in the backyar…

Don’t Feed Your Chickens This: a Printable

I am constantly tempted to feed our chickens table scraps. I hate throwing things in the trash, so it seems logical to me that I can divert some of our half-eaten meals to the ladies in the backyar…

PoultryDVM - Winterizing your Chicken Coop

PoultryDVM - Winterizing your Chicken Coop

Collage of Hens Breed

Collage of Hens Breed

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