Peckingcease Brooder

By presh22 · May 6, 2012 · ·
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2/5,
  1. presh22
    I integrated 3 new chicks into a flock which were 3 week old at the time. I did not desire purchasing new sets of everything, and thus explored my garage of remnants from projects to build a brooder. Their transition was smooth and they loved the extra room- hence "PeckingCease". I added some intermediate roost areas which will be rendered useless as they age (some are too high), but made them look uniquely like parakeets while they were young. This Brooder was exceptionally easy to build with the right minimal tools. Hope you like it.

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    "Brooder"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Sep 1, 2018
    Not a bad looking brooder, especially since it was built with materials already on hand. The article could have benefited from details on how it was built.
  2. ronott1
    "Cute Brooder"
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 30, 2018
    The article has no build details.

    Cute chicks!
  3. The Farmers' Daughter
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    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Jul 23, 2018
    No real description on how the brooder was put together or what type of heat source provided. It looks like it works well, just not very instructional or helpful to anyone wishing to build a brooder.

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  1. Roxannemc
    GOOD JOB!!
  2. Stumpy
    Very, very nice!

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