Raising Tips: What to do When the Chicks Arrive
The brooding place is ready. All things are set. All you need are the chicks. Upon anticipating the day of their arrival, you must get yourself ready otherwise things will go out of hand. Hereís what to do when the chicks arrive. This will be very helpful to get your way through raising your own chickens.
Hatched Chicks: Raising To Doís
Chicks that are hatched inside an incubator must stay inside the incubator for a couple of days. Donít get too excited to take them out. Give them some time to realize that they are already hatchlings and have to cope with their environment. Birds like quails, pheasants and chickens can survive for three days without any source of water or food.
Bird Flu: A Chicken Raiserís Nightmare
Since its outbreak, every poultry owner had become aware of the consequences that can happen if this deadly disease is not prevented. Bird flu or what is also known avian (meaning bird) influenza (flu), is the number one killer of poultry chickens in Asia and some parts of the world.