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

Answer 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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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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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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