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I've been noticing lately as the temperatures drop and autumn sets in, 17-week-old Cookie has been staying in the coop more than usual and puffing out her feathers as if she's cold. I know that during the winter, it would be a good idea to have some Vaseline or bag balm around to rub on her comb, but is it too cold here for her? If so, other than keeping a heat lamp on, is there anything I should do for my precious little girl?

 

-Alex

"For You, O Lord, are good and ready to forgive;

And abundant in lovingkindness and overflowing in mercy to all those who call upon You." Psalm 86:5

 

Happy owner of 37 wonderful hens, 2 amazing roosters, 12 EE chicks, 5 interesting ducks, 1 unfriendly drake, 4 furry kitties, and 5 crabby parakeets! Awaiting my bantam BURD babies....

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"For You, O Lord, are good and ready to forgive;

And abundant in lovingkindness and overflowing in mercy to all those who call upon You." Psalm 86:5

 

Happy owner of 37 wonderful hens, 2 amazing roosters, 12 EE chicks, 5 interesting ducks, 1 unfriendly drake, 4 furry kitties, and 5 crabby parakeets! Awaiting my bantam BURD babies....

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