Discussion in chicken behaviors and egglaying started by lily97 jan 20. Generally if chicks are very loud it means there is a problem.
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So for school they gave us all 2 chicks.
How to get baby chicks to be quiet. Happy chicks are quiet chicks. Enjoy and thanks for watching like subscribe and share. We live in a neighbor hood and our chickens get very noisy especially in the early morning.
Cuddles are not really the answer chicks arent like puppies and kittens. My chickens are pretty quiet except when they are laying eggsand it seems as though egg laying is a community event. There is no perfect answer as no two birds or breeds for that matter are the same.
Where to get baby chicks. I tried a red light making sure they are feed warm enough ect. Idk what to do im getting no sleep.
About 85f or a little more should be fine right now especially if they have a cooler area to retreat to. If one is chirping the other joins in and it wont stop. Watch and listen to baby chicks.
What can i do to make my chickens quiet. The question has come in to how to calm baby chicks and how to build relationships with your chickens. Here are some the the ways i have dealt with this and have found them to work quite well.
They are about 2 days old and mine wont shop chirping at night. Usually it a temperature issue put a thermometer at chick level to see the temp really is. The top should be covered because it wont take your chicks too long to figure out how to flutter and flap and get over the top and escape.
A quiet room in the house such as a mudroom laundry room or spare bedroom is a good place for the brooder. Very little supplemental heat will be required to get chicks comfortable in a room that is 60 700f particularly after the first three days after hatching. I dont recommend buying chicks for easter unless you are ready to provide for their needs and are willing to make a commitment to raising them.
If they are cheeping unhappily in the brooder or are huddled together while awake they are cold. Even if you have a plan to keep them for their eggs or meat there are quite a few things needed to get ready before you bring home the baby chicks.