warm chickens?

Stacykins

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Their feathers are quite good at insulating them. As long as you have a dry, draft free coop with good ventilation (to remove excess moisture from respiration and whatnot) then your chickens should be just fine!
 

sourland

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The colder it gets, the more they fluff up their feathers increasing their ability to insulate. Provide them with plentiful feed, water, a clean/dry well ventilated but draft free coop, and they will be fine.
 

pokemonshop

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thanks guys
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