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The ideal temperature for chicks, seven days old or younger, is 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Week two is 90, week three is 85. Each week declines by five degrees until chicks
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Have you ever wanted to build a chicken run and coop for your backyard chickens, but had no idea where to start? Take a look at these four inspiring chicken
Even if you know how to raise baby chicks, sometimes things happen. In May of 2015, five chicks hatched without problems. Then Mumble emerged with no eyes.
Pasty Butt is a condition in which feces get stuck in the baby chick’s vent and literally stop up the chick so it can’t excrete its poop. It can kill
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Once you’ve selected your chicken breeds and figured out where to buy baby chicks, you
So you’ve decided you want to raise chickens. Your first big task is to look at all the variety of chicken breeds and figure out which you want to raise.
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