March - July
Hatchery Turkeys Availability on March - Mid July
Hatchery Pheasants Availability on May - July
Hatchery Guineas Availibility on March - July
Hatchery Broiler Availibility Year Round.
Hatchery Isabrown Availibility on Feb to October
Know Your Temperature:
For the first week maintain the temperature at
chick height at 95 degrees. Decrease the temperature five degrees per
week until a temperature of 65 degrees is reached. Note -- with turkeys
and pheasants, start them 5 degrees higher
Great for starting chicks. This product will also
aid in stress times and can help prevent problems down the road. The
product can also assist in preventing leg weakness in broilers when used
according to directions. (One package for 128 gallons.) This pack can be
sent with the chicks.
While it's important to care for and love your newly adopted chick or duckling, you must also protect yourself. Salmonella, a common cause of food borne illness, can also be spread by direct contact with animals that carry the bacteria.
Some safe handling tips:
Michigan Department of Agriculture (517) 373-1077 www.mda.state.mi.us
Get the facts protecting flocks, protecting people!