In the Brooder
- Oct 10, 2013
At my local county fair we have a very competitive poultry division-- there are a lot of great birds and great exhibitors there. One of the consistent winners at the fair recommended that I use a satin cloth to wipe down my chickens right before showing them, and was even kind enough to give me a piece of satin to use. However, I have always heard that you should use a pure silk cloth, not satin. I've looked several different places, and they've all said silk, not satin. Before I spend a small fortune (silk is so expensive!), I wanted to make sure that satin is absolutely not going to work for "shining up" my chickens. Have any of you had any experience/ luck with using satin, or do you think that silk is the only way to go?