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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How to Keep a Baby Warm in a Crib?

Sleep is usually a commodity for parents of an infant. When your baby gets a good night's sleep, you often get a good night's sleep too. One of the ways you can increase the quality and duration of... Read More »

How to Keep a Baby Warm With a Pavlik Harness?

A Pavlik Harness is used to treat hip displacement in babies up to eight months old. The harness is initially worn 24 hours per day with direct skin contact. As the baby grows, the amount of time t... Read More »

What should the temperature be for baby chickens while in an incubator?

According to the University of Illinois, optimum temperature for incubating a fertile egg is 100.5 degrees Fahrenheit with a range of 99 to 103 degrees. The University of Missouri states that chick... Read More »

My mom is making me give up my baby girl to be for adoption. I want to keep my baby more then anything i dont know what i should do or who i should go to?

I think you should talk to your mom and come up with a plan that will work for both of you. I understand that your are way too young and should not have made that decision but on the other hand tha... Read More »