Caring for chickens can be a challenge, especially when dealing with cold winter temperatures. When raising chickens in the winter, the primary concern should be keeping your birds clean, warm, and dry. One way to help accomplish this task is by using heating lamps in your coops, but make sure that they are close enough to the lamps to benefit from the warmth. You also have to make sure that your coop is water tight so that your chickens do not get melted snow or freezing rain in their coops. It is also important to collect eggs often in the winter. Eggs are 75 percent water and will freeze quickly in cold temperatures. If you have any questions about raising chickens, then come on by our store and talk to our expert staff about changes you can make to help your chickens this winter.
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Purina Layena+ High Protein Layer Pellets
Purina Layena+ High Protein layer feed is a balanced and complete feed that provides 19% protein to support your hens’ active ...