Baby  chicks need to stay in a brooder for their first 6 weeks. You should have them in a large enough brooder so they can get away from the heat lamp as needed. For the bottom of the brooder never use newspaper or magazine because their legs will not develop properly. We recommended using paper towels over wood shavings or sand for the first few days. The paper towel on top will stop them pecking at and eating the shavings or sand while they figure out what food is.

Water container for chicks should be small to stop accidental drowning. Always have fresh clean water available for your chicks. Place the waterer as far as possible away from the heat lamp. You should feed your chicks medicated chick starter for the first 6 to 8 weeks. Medicated feed is usually medicated with a small amount of Amprolium drugs, which helps prevent Coccidiosis. Check your chicks' bottoms daily, especially during the first 2 weeks. If baby chicks get clogged up making it impossible for them to relieve themselves, you will need to clean this off.

Barred Rock and Sex-link chickens are strong dual-purpose chickens, as they are a good poultry breed for year-round egg laying as well as meat production. They are known for their friendly disposition, hardiness in cold climates and large brown eggs. The hens will start laying eggs when they reach about 6 to 7 months old. 

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14450 I.H. 35 South Von Ormy, TX 78073 US
Phone: 210-622-9389 Website: http://www.sanantoniobunnyhaven.com

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Bunny Haven Rabbitry and Poultry Farm
14450 I.H. 35 South Von Ormy, TX 78073 US
Phone: 210-274-3217 Website: http://www.sanantoniobunnyhaven.com

 Fully feathered chickens will need a strong and predator-proof coop to keep your chickens safe at night. Predators will destroy a store-bought chicken coop without reinforcement. Reinforce, Reinforce and Reinforce your coop. You will need a good coop, a place where they are able to get out of the sun, wind. The coop needs to be water-resistant as there is nothing more miserable than a wet chicken. The coop needs good ventilation a good flow of air will keep the coop nice for your hens. If you think it’s too hot you need to add more ventilation holes. You will need nesting boxes approximately one box for every three hens, but it never hurts to have more. There is always one favorite box that they will squabble over, so more is better. Your chickens will need a place to roosts. A roost is a place where the birds gather to sleep at night. They will all generally sleep on the same perch/roost. Besides a secure coop your chicken is also going to need access to some outside space; regardless of whether this is contained or free-range.


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