New chicken owners experiencing their first winter with chickens in a back yard coop can become concerned when the real winter weather arrives. I live in a fairly moderate area where winter is normally not too severe. We do get some winters that are colder than average and this often will bring questions about how to keep the chickens comfortable and thriving. I don’t get too worried about my healthy flock members, during the winter. Chickens are much more cold hardy than heat tolerant.
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- Janet Garman
Janet and family work the family homestead in Maryland. They raise seasonal vegetables, beef cows, sheep and goats for fiber, pigs, ducks, chickens, and rabbits. Her commitment through her blog, is to be an encourager to the new homesteader, no matter how big a piece of ground they live on. Living sustainably in God's creation is her passion and she welcomes your virtual visit to her site.
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