Brooder house


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Brooder house

A small building of only a few square feet that was used to house chickens right after they were hatched.
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When the chickens have passed this stage of development and have matured into mature chickens, watching these animals and their antics is the reward for all the mucking of the brooder house.
After the chicks are sold the brooder house will be vacant for 2 months to allow time for cleaning and disinfecting operations etc.
Thermostat device used to regulate draft and maintain proper temperature on brooder house stoves.
The chickens are raised in a brooder house until feathered out and pasture-ready.
Every spring my dad got the brooder house all ready exactly like the one in the picture.
Then I was more than happy to carry them to the brooder house! Things have changed now, though.
The chicks were lifted out of the boxes and placed on the brooder house floor, where they ran to the lighted hood.
the door to his brooder house. When he finally forced it in, there were
Mother used to always get 100 little chicks, battle the brooder house thing, the medicine water and all that goes with it.