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heat light in the winter?

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« on: October 23, 2009, 08:53:25 am »

Where are you? Does it get terribly cold? Ducks are pretty hardy. In my experience it's the chickens that want to huddle in the hen house when it gets cold. The ducks come out and waddle around in the snow. We're in upstate NY where it is supposed to get to a low of -20F, although it hasn't gone below 0F in years. We don't use a heat lamp except for ducklings who don't yet have their feathers.
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