Cold weather chickens – 8 things NOT to do to in winter!Personally, I think over-warming the coop should be ~ the warmer the coop, the colder it seems outside & the harder it is to acclimate to that cold.
6 Winter Care Tips for Chickens Chickens are some of the easiest homestead animals to keep. Yet, they may need some extra attention during extreme cold weather conditions. A bit of extra forethought and care will help your birds (and you!
Insulation is key! Its hard to remember in the heat of summer - but never forget the worst case scenarios.Keeping the chicken coop well insulated from heat cold to keep the flock comfy. Discover How To Easily Build An Attractive And Affordable Backyard
Preparing Your Chicken Coop For Winter: Session 1 of “What The Cluck?!” [Podcast]
A chicken needs a certain number of daylight hours to lay consistently. Do you supplement in the winter months? Here's why we are keeping the lights on in the chicken coop over the winter. The Homesteading Hippy
The thought of surviving winter with chickens doesn't have to send chills up your spine. There are only two things that are critical to a backyard flock in cold temperatures: access to water and a dr(Chicken Backyard Water)