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September 24th, 2011

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April 15th, 2011

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Do I want a light in the chicken coop for the chickens?

my hens laying Arnt, Arnt daylight in the winter because I could get enough light in the chicken house to give them more light and perhaps they were and what kind of light I would share and a price thanks to Adam from Ireland avreage tippeary please help me?

Chickens and all birds are genetically programmed to eggs in the spring and summer was so chicks big enough to survive on their own before the winter. You get their signals on the amount of light to put in a day. Peak production must be at least 14 hours of light per day. Extending daylight with a lamp stimulate laying. Chickens at best when the light at the end of the day. They seem to light gradually, comes with sunrise like. A sudden change from light to dark does not seem to interfere. I use a light on a timer to come on before sunset and off 15 hours after sunrise. I get fresh eggs all winter. The challenge is it from the coop before they freeze.


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