What Daylight Savings Time Does for Your Flock

In 1874, Benjamin Franklin wrote a letter as a joke to suggest that adjusting waking hours during the summer would conserve candles  It wouldn’t actually become common practice until the mid-late 1900’s  Although most countries in the world observe Daylight Savings Time, it’s often thought of as a nuisance to schedules and sleep patterns  It takes us humans a couple of weeks to fully adjust to the new hours, which change twice a year  What does Daylight Savings Time do for your flock?

How it affects your chickens