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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by BrettMO, Jan 31, 2011.
How do i keep my newborn baby pigions warm with no electricity PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!
My newborn baby pigions are without electricity how do i keep them warm
I have heard of women keeping chicks warm by putting them in their bra. Just got to be carefull with them!
ETA not sure how it would work with guys
Oh dear. I have no idea, but I am interested.
Blankets and lots of snuggles
I've heard of people putting hot water in a plastic bottle then the bottle in a sock....so they can cozy up to something warm.
Or place the brooder near a wood stove.
Others will have more ideas
if it comes down to it, go into the car, turn it on and blast the heater...
Fill plastic bottles with hot water and surround them with the bottles. Cover the box/whatever to maintain temp.
I used hot water in canning jars, in a cooler, ajar. It was toasty and perfect.
hot water bottles nearby. Do you have a fireplace or woodstove? My greatgrandma put her eggs and chicks near or behind her stove. g