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 How warm should you keep baby chickens?

Answer Baby chickens should be kept where it is 90 to 95 degrees during their first week of life. You may lower the temperature five degrees each week until you get to 70 degrees. A 250-watt bulb hung 18 ... Read More »
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What do baby chickens need?

Baby chickens are not born prepared to face the world and need a lot of help to survive their first weeks of life. Not only should the needs of food and water be met, but also shelter and plenty of... Read More »
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How to Dye Baby Chickens?

Coloring baby chickens is great for holidays or a fun gift. Dyeing baby chickens is not dangerous for the birds if done carefully and hygienically. If it's for Easter or St. Patrick's Day, dyeing y... Read More »
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How do I buy baby chickens?

Feed StoresFeed stores often carry day old chicks in the spring. Most will have rules about a minimum purchase of three or more chicks at one time. Chickens are social animals and do better in grou... Read More »
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When can baby chickens go outside?

Baby chick can go safely outside when they are about a month old, weather permitting. During the first few weeks of life, chicks cannot maintain their body temperature and must be kept, protected f... Read More »
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