Tag: molting chickens
Molting is a natural process when birds replace old feathers with new. For molting chickens, timing is especially important because feathers equal warmth.
Chickens fluff their feathers out to trap the warm air in between the feathers and help their bodies to stay warm. At night, once they settle on their chicken roosting
Molting chickens may stop laying eggs, lose old feathers and grow new ones. Molt is driven by season and usually occurs in the fall when sunlight decreases.
What you need to know about maintaining safe chicken pens and runs in the winter. We’ll discuss chicken sweaters (don’t do it), heating and more.
Backyard Poultry Contributor
Many people wonder when do chickens molt. Molting usually happens in either spring or at the end of summer as we slip in to fall weather and shorter days.
To heat or not to heat a chicken coop? Here are some facts to consider when deciding for yourself.
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