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
f you experience harsh winters, your flock may get “coop fever”, much like cabin fever that so many of us humans experience when we are unable to enjoy the great outdoors due to bad weather. I’ve put together a few fun and easy ideas to keep your birds moving and grooving throughout the winter.
Customers frequently ask if their coop needs a heat source during the winter. The answer is no. The important thing is to keep the drafts down on your girls while protecting them from the winds and precipitation. They need to be kept dry and have access to fresh water and feed.
Even though there are differing opinions on the value of giving our hens a warm bowl of oatmeal for a winter breakfast, there’s no denying that it makes us feel better to see them gobble up a treat. We came up with a more balanced treat to serve up for your flock when the outside temperature plummets.