Edited by Ra_ - 3/23/16 at 7:43pm
I feel bad if they even get cold but they can handle it a lot better than I can.
I tent the goathouse and turn on a space heater when it gets below 40 degrees
but I think they'd probably be fine down to 34 degrees without a heater, if protected from wind and frost.
I know that not all Silkied Serama are as plushly feathered as are my adult birds.
Some Silkied and all Frizzled birds need more warmth than a smooth feathered bird
but the way my hens can puff up, they seem like they may be better insulated than a smooth feathered bird.
I just saw that you're in Michigan.
Ha, I'm rooting for an early Spring to hit us in March but that's probably just another month of Winter for you?
Yeah, it's love at first sight for a lot of people when they see a Tribble.
Come Springtime, there have always been more buyers than available birds.
Worf is my smallest roo ever.
He's 4 and 1/2 months old and under 12 ounces.
I've got him in with a batch of 3 month old birds, so he feels like a big guy.
Hello,I would love to order some of your beautiful babies, But I live in Ca. The chances of the eggs making it, are slim