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December 2017/January 2018

How Cold is Too Cold for Chickens in Winter?

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Know how and when to keep your chickens safe from frigid weather. There’s no magic number or exact answer to this question. In general, chickens can survive quite well in cold temperatures. If you live in an area with cold winters, it’s a good idea to consider stocking your flock with cold-hardy breeds like Black Australorps, Buff Orpingtons, Rhode Island Red and Barred Rocks to name a few.


Issue Highlights

  • How Cold is Too Cold for Chickens in Winter?
  • How to Build a Solar Chicken Coop Heater
  • How to Stop Chicken Pecking & Cannibalism
  • Make Your Own Flock with Rooster and Hen Crochet Ornaments
  • How to Make Homemade Eggnog
  • SEE THE FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS »

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BYP Dec17/Jan18

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