- Jun 17, 2016
This may be a random question but if I can get some insight that would help. I live in an area very near the campfire (I was close to evacuation but did not have to leave my home, I was very fortunate.) However, the air quality here is very very bad. I had the girls in the garage when it was at its worst. We are going to be getting some rain this week that will help clear the air quality. However, I am worried about the girls being exposed to that rain. On a normal rainy day, they just chill in the covered part of their coop but this rain will be toxic. I also no have evacuees staying in the garage. Do you guys think the chickens will be fine in their coop? The coop itself is small and I can wrap it with a tarp on some of the sides to keep water from getting in. I just don't know how to keep them healthy in this situation. Any ideas?