Min-Max is just one of the neatest tools. It records the highest and lowest temperatures since reset. So if you reset it one evening, check it in the morning, you will see how cold it was. Or check it 24 hours later and you know the low and the high temperatures for that period. So helpful monitoring the heating system in a brooder or coop!oh this 40 degree weather is totally random! I wouldn't dream of putting them out there right now. I just was wondering what the range of temps I should look for and age most people start keeping the little waddlers in a coop!
Thanks for your help... OH, what is a min-max thermometer?
Mine are just a hair under 7 weeks and have been sleeping outside for a few days. 30s are no problem. Dipped to around 20 last two nights so I had the heatlamp on.Mine are a little over 7 weeks and feathered now and they've been outside (with our 3 new older ducks) the last few days - we hit 30ish the other night and I checked on them a few times and they were fine and not huddled together or anything.