Getting baby chicks in the mail is exciting and rewarding! But they have needs. Setting up their chick brooder is important to sustain their health, safety, and satisfaction. Their brooder needs adequate heat, water, bedding and food. But it also needs to be protected from predators. Because there baby chicks are appetizing to a variety of ferrets, snakes, and other carnivores.
So if you’re trying to gauge their health and happiness, here are 7 distinct signs that will let you know if your baby chicks need your help.