Originally Posted by kwhites634 @RubyNala97
If you go back to post 29135, I added something to my reply to you that you might also want to check out.
I didn't even see your post. Thank you so much! I will definitely look that up.
Originally Posted by RavynFallen
They might have an insurance option, idk on that part, just that USPS is the only one with preset procedures... and the cost of fedex is a bit more, lol...
Hit submit before I was done, lol... a couole states are pretty laid back on the live shipping, but as the shipper you gotta check out the state you are shipping to as well... they can refuse to allow it across state line and then it gets returned, which risks a dead bird...
Yeah, it's good for me getting birds but I don't know about shipping them. I want to ship my cockerel to WV, have to find out if she found out the details on her state yet?.......@WVduckchick
Originally Posted by meganhundley
That's what I thought too. I'm hoping it's just that she got chilled. There still isn't much improvement though. The temp lastnight was mid 50's according to the AccuWeather on my phone. Yes, I put her out earlier in the day, it was fairly warm that dayn probably mid 60's but it dipped down in the forties at night the 1st night, lastnight was fairly decent. They have a heat lamp but the only place I could clip it was to the roof and it's about a foot and a half above the floor, it's a 100 watt bulb.
Honestly the mph was so amazing for my chicks. I moved them outside at 3 weeks old and the first night was 36 degrees. They did great! Check it out:
also, maybe you can put a thermometer out there and run out and check it before bed to see what the temps are.