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 What are baby chickens called?

Answer Baby chickens are called "fowls," though they are often are called "chicks" or "peeps." Baby chickens are not hard to raise, though it takes time and effort to make sure the chicks are well cared f... Read More »
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What is a group of baby chickens called?

A group of baby chickens, or chicks, is called a brood, a chattering or a clutch. A group of mature chickens would be called a flock. A group of either (or both) chickens and chicks can be called a... 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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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 »
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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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