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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by handrosilva239, Aug 7, 2014.
Need information about raising baby chicks and what you need to take care of them.?
Here ya go https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/...ks-the-first-60-days-of-raising-baby-chickens Good luck with any babies you may have!
You first need a broader. I use a storage bucket. Water food and a heat lamp. When you get baby chicks they need to be at 90 to 95 degrees. The first week and decreasing 5 degrees every week. Getting a feeder for chicks is best because baby chicks can drown in a bowl. Ace or big r is great I hope this helps have fun
Better yet, provide one spot that is 95 degrees F and lots of cool space. That's what a broody hen does.