Five Important tips on keeping your chicks healthy and happy –

If the chickens feel safe, they will breed better so having surroundings which do not house cats, dogs or hawks will help. Chickens get scared easily and get uncontrollable when they smell danger so make them feel safe.

  1. Comfy, warm shelters are a must.Making a perfect home for your chickens is not as arduous as you might feel it is!A clean, ventilated and well-litroofed hall with a spacious yard, several cages and plenty of soft, absorbent bedding materials such as pine straw or paper towels are good enough to make them feel comfortable.
  2. Predators, keep away! If the chickens feel safe, they will breed better so having surroundings which do not house cats, dogs or hawks will help. Chickens get scared easily and get uncontrollable when they smell danger so make them feel safe.
  3. Intensive care for baby chicks. Baby chickens are unbelievably cute but raising them is quite a task! They need to be kept away from the adult ones and require adequate ventilation and warmth. For a brooder, think of a large plastic bin or an unused bathtub over which you can have coop heaters to keep those babies warm.
  4. E for Equipment kits! The list includes coops, nest-boxes, feeders and drinkers, cleaning products, vitamins and tonics, medicines and so on. These kits come in different sizes and are easily available at varying prices on numerous online and offline farmhouse marketplaces.
  5. Keep them clean. Cleanliness is the major aspect of poultry farm management. The house, nests, cages, veranda and every other place where your chickens grow has to be hygienic. Using gloves and clean slip-ons when you enter the territory would be a great idea. Also, don’t forget to bathe your chicks once in a while!

Cleanliness is the major aspect of poultry farm management. The house, nests, cages, veranda and every other place where your chickens grow has to be hygienic. Using gloves and clean slip-ons when you enter the territory would be a great idea. Also, don’t forget to bathe your chicks once in a while!

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