Raising Winter Chicks Part 2

In the last post on raising winter chicks, we talked about the benefits of starting chicks in the winter This post will touch on a few of the concerns people sometimes have about winter chicks: heating requirements, when you can move the chicks out of the brooder, and shipping chicks during cold, winter weather


The Cons of Raising Chicks in the Winter


  1. Where will you keep your chicks?


You will need to consider that baby chicks need a lot of heat, with temperatures around 90F for the first week, and slowly decreasing as