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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by DreamsInPink, Apr 1, 2016.
What is the different between 'lots of ventilation' and drafts?
In my opinion, drafts are areas that let in cold air directly onto your birds. Like if you had a small hole next to your roost that let in cold air, thats a draft. If you have a vent high up away from the birds, that's ventilation.
Ok, thank you. I will have no drafts and plenty of ventilation.
Gently moving air in coop is good......air moving fast enough to literally ruffle the feathers of birds on roost is not good and would be considered a draft.
That makes sense. Thank you. As I said, I should be good, as long as my idea of ventilation is adequate. Which makes me happy.