Taking care of baby chicks can be overwhelming. We get it! Follow these tips to make things easier for you and your new baby chicks.
1) Provide the right temperature. Ba...Posted in: chick, chick care, Chick Care 101, chick care guide, chick feed, chick food, chick health, chick hen, chick navel, chick rooster, chick sign, Chick starter feed, chicken chick, chicks feed, chicks heat, heat lamp for chicksRead more
Do chicks have a belly button? Chicks have something like a belly button called a navel. The navel is located on the chick’s belly below their breastbone.
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Did you know chickens are prey animals? This means they have to look out for themselves! For this reason, they are conditioned to hide their stress to prevent potential predators from thinking they are an easy target. These behaviors,...Posted in: anxiety in chickens, backyard chickens, chicken coop, chicken farm, chickens diet, diet, food for chickens, heat stress, hen, hen and chickens, predator problems, Stress in ChickensRead more
Bringing home baby chicks can be overwhelming. The first weeks in a chick’s life is a period of rapid growth and development, and chicks require special care during that time.
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