First batch we used Paper Towels. That gets expensive. After 2-3 days switched to sand. Second batch of Chicks got sand from day 1.
I won't ever use anything else. :)
(Just regular play sand from Lowe's.)
We use The Play Sand from Lowe's in both of our Brooders. It dries out very fast with the heat lamp. Very little dust. When changing the bedding, we just use a piece of window screen over a bucket to sift out the "Clumps" and bits of...
I keep Saltwater Reef tanks. I belong to several "Reefer" forums...(Don't Google it. You'll get the wrong idea.)
Each one of those forums has a DIY section, where people can share ideas and plans for things
that they make to help...
Okay, not that kind of Chick help...I'm married after all...Sheesh.
We purchased 1 Cuckoo Maran and 1 Australorp. When we look up one of them on Google images, it shows pictures of both.
Can someone please tell...
I have to warn you not to put down too much of it in the run. This is very bad for egg production as the chickens think they are
at a Ski lodge on vacation, and just keep looking for the Ski rental booth...
Originally Posted by yellowirenut
Why should i put it down? It makes the ground "Cleaner Looking".
where should i use it? Everywhere. It keeps down flies, smells and dehydrates poop quickly.
Originally Posted by NickyPick
Putting a frisbee under that feeder is what worked for me. The frisbee I used is about 3/4 inch larger than the base of the feeder. They scrape the feed out of the holes...