Big Brooder for up to
L:36, D:24, H:28
(The heat light is not included)
A Nice Table-top Brooder for Chicks
L: 36, D: 24, H: 28
and the tray are included.
The heat light is not included.
The brooder can be very useful, later, for special care for your big chickens...
tray for droppings.
A nice side door, full-size.
This brooder looks great at night..
This is our favorite brooder.
It is easy to keep clean and to maintain constant temperature.
It is the most reliable brooder we have ever used.
A brooder with a 99% survival rate
-- A brooder with a 99% survival rate.
In the morning, O Lord, you hear my voice;
in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation. 5:3 Psalms
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*According the report of "The Toxicity of Pine and Cedar Shavings":
The pine and cedar boards or posts are safe to use as roofing or framing,
but it's not safe to use these materials for chick bedding.
**Our special made brooders did not need to use any shavings at all**
1. When chicks are 3 weeks old
2. When it's warm outdoor.(above 75F )
3. When the fence and protections are ready
This page was last updated: June 28, 2015
Clean and warm surroundings
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We love this kind of brooder,
not just because it's very reliable,
but also because you can watch them grow, daily .
We put ours on an old table inside our house.
Each time we open that little front door (which looks like a rising sun),
we can easily check up on how they're doing, up close,
and appreciate the fuzzy little baby chicks or ducklings as they grow.
An easy-to-clean tray for droppings (plastic wave board) is included.
When they're ready for a real coop..
W 3' x L 6' x H 3'
Good for 4 (large breed) to 6 (bantam) chickens.
Louis 6 $799
W 4' x L 6' x H 5'
Good for 8 (large breed) to 10 (bantam) chickens.
W 4' x L 8' x H 4'
Good for 10 (large breed) to 12 (bantam) chickens.