I know if I put my chicks outside early when it is cooler, their feather growth is quicker.
Does it work in the reverse?
My current chicks are on our back patio at night and in the yard during the day in a pen (or with supervised run time). It has been in the mid 80s pretty much since we got them, so other than at night, they are really only getting warm temps.
Will that slow their feather growth?
does it also slow their body growth too? They still seem so very tiny at 2.5 and 3.5 weeks
Edited by TLWR - 5/21/16 at 7:22pm