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  1. Weeg

    Supplemental light?

    This is what google said- The Formula holds that brooder temperatures should be kept between 90-95° F for the first week after hatching, and reduced by five degrees each week thereafter until the brooder temperature equals the ambient room temperature. You temp should probably be closer to 55...
  2. Weeg

    Supplemental light?

    At only 7 weeks they still need light of sure. So defiantly need heat at at that age! What breeds? Do they have feathers yet? Only adult hens don't need heat, so your heat is good for now. :thumbsup And!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:welcome
  3. Weeg

    Supplemental light?

    Having light isn't nessasry though, if you don't mind if they don't lay at much, or at all, in the winter. Just never add heat! Make sure the light you sue isn't a heat lamp, that will do them way more harm then good!
  4. Weeg

    Supplemental light?

    Supplemental light is only nessasary if you want them to lay eggs in the winter. What you have to do, is put a light in the coop, and run on a timer. The light only needs to come on from 6am-7:30am in the morning, and whenever it starts to get dark in the winter- 9pm. This is jus too make up of...
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