Discussion in 'Gardening' started by farmerfischer, Nov 14, 2016.
Nope, and we've seen 40 below some days.
Im not aware of any chicken that cant handle 32 f
But their cold tollerance depends on the breed
Some basic breed info.
You wouldn't be petoskey stoned? Is that you?.. I'm in the Indian river area.. Sounds fine but no homo... Name a neutral wide open area so I can see ya
I'm not far from you and we don't heat our coop. They have handled -10 easy.
Hey man, give sedans a chance!
Well the chickens are doin fine.cold don't seem to be bothering then .. Fucking asshole still comes out and does his rooster thing. Like at 2 a.m. 4a.m. 5a.m. 6a.m. all the time.. This rooster doesn't shut up ever
The other thing to think about in the winter time is boredom. Your birds will be horribly bored if they are snowed in for days and weeks. To get them moving around, I loop a string through the rafter and tie large 3" wood screw about a foot or two off the ground. I screw an apple or cabbage and let it swing. They literally will play tether-ball for an hour taking one peck everytime it swings their way.
Learned that one from a Maine chicken guys article.
FYI- They couldn't care less about this in the summer.
My birds do love Apple's. Thanks that's a good one ..maybe I'll put one of MY wifi/ blue tooth cameras out there and watch'm play tether ball..lol
@Budget Buds ..I'm in p town now..lol I'm sitting at mi.works building on division.. Breakline blew..lmao..
I was in town. Goin to micky D's then back to squaw creek.. I love the dallor menu..
One day we will have to see what up
As long As your not the FUZZ. You are welcome to my home.. I'm Rollin legal but I still HATE the fuzz.. I did a few years on someone else's bullshit, because I wouldn't play ball
Catch my meaning..
Thanks for the link.. Lots of info.
Are high today. 22°f
Chickens didn't care...
Lol..nice.. I guess I could call it a sedan. Seats five comfortably..
I like me some long legged rhode island reds mmmmm mmmmm
Lmao. I have an old bug out back.. I should of thought of this..
I have a 'chicken swing' that they seem to love, when i put it up they play on it for days
Has anyone used these cheap incubators off of eBay.? I'm trying my luck at it again, tryed once with a homemade one but I couldn't maintain a stable temp.
Please Let me know if I'm wrong o an this.
Keep temps between 99°f or 37.2°c.and 101°f or 38.3°c for two week's keeping humidity around 50%to 60% then the third week increase humidity and lower temp some.. Does this sound about right?
I put in a swing and my girls dont touch it.
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