Baby, It’s Cold Outside!
As the temperatures continue to fall our birds are starting to realize “It’s Cold Outside!”. To help winterize your coop and provide comfort for the long winter season ahead we’ve curated some of our favorite cold weather information and products below.
Cold Weather Prep Products
Cold Weather Coop Prep & Holiday How-To’s
Cold Weather-Related Blog Post
Most people think spring when they think about brooding chicks, but it is possible to brood chicks in the winter months, even if you live where winters are cold. Brooding chicks in December or January means you will have ready-to-lay pullets by April or May. There are a few special considerations you should plan for when brooding your winter chicks, but it can be done.
For those of us who live in areas that experience cold or harsh winters, keeping fresh water available for your flock can be challenging at times. It never fails, when you think you have the best solution for your freezing waterer issue, Mother Nature throws a curveball with something like a polar vortex.
The days are getting shorter, football season has arrived and before long winter will be upon us. Is your chicken coop ready? Here’s a list of things I do to prepare my laying flock and their housing for the cold months ahead.