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1 Basement setup ideas? on Wed Dec 31, 2008 1:14 am

Ethan

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I am already trying to figure out how soon I can start hatching, given incubation time, and how long I can tolerate birds in my basement. Here is a setup I used for this past spring. Just some extra window screens and duct tape.

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2 Re: Basement setup ideas? on Wed Dec 31, 2008 9:21 am

Cottage Rose

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Hi Ethan!
I can't stand the stink more than 1 - 2 weeks.Razz
How come you have to brood them in your basement? Don't you have room in your barn?

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3 Re: Basement setup ideas? on Thu Jan 01, 2009 1:12 am

Ethan

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I don't move chicks, ducklings or goslings from the basement to brooders in the barn until they are a couple weeks old. I just checked my website to see when I started hatching this past spring, and it was mid-April, which worked well. That seems so far away....
This year I should be able to rely more on my birds to do the incubating and brooding, as I have more broody types now, and a better setup.

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4 Re: Basement setup ideas? on Thu Jan 01, 2009 9:51 am

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I typically keep mine in for just a few days then move them outside but everybody has their own system that works best for them.
Deluxe brooder you got there! albino

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