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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by FlyingtheCoop, Oct 18, 2011.
LOL i never try it .
A fully wet chicken?
I've bathed alot, and maybe my blow-drier isn't hot enough or maybe I don't want to hurt the chicken with the heat, but, it takes me forever. I don't know a time estimate though. Perhaps next time I'll pay attention
I mean, they're feathers, how can they possibly hold that much water????
I saw on youtube.com about a week or two ago that it takes a lot longer than people think. 30 minutes to completely get them dry (on cool setting).
And the worst part is, that when they are wet, they look like some pathetic alien, haha.
At least 15 minutes
Haha, I wasn't actually asking a time, I was more complaining about how darn long it takes!
I gave my Cornish X a bath today...... It seemed like it took forever and a day to get completely dry!!