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post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by Plinky View Post

Great advice. I'm actually about to build a wood frame and wire mesh (hardware) brooder like some I've seen on the internet that will be much larger but with a semi enclosed place will be warm. I'm planning to start taking them outside in it (still with heat from lamp) and possibly transferring them in it to shed or garage. I think this will be useful as a sick-chick place for possible future use. Its' only getting down to 50° here tonight, but it could go down to freezing for about another month.
do you know how old these are?


post #12 of 15
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Not me! Maybe you need to start a new thread. It might not get seen stuck in my sick chick one.

post #13 of 15
Yeah, the hatching and incubating forum has the people with those answers!
post #14 of 15
Thankyou for the advise! But it won't let me start a new thread for doen reason.
post #15 of 15
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