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The chickens are getting bigger now, and are putting out more body heat – so climate control becomes.
Day in the Life
The chickens have almost reached market weight by six weeks and are generally a week away from transport..
Three times a day, farmers make the rounds to check on the health of the chickens. The temperature.
By their fourth week of life, the chickens are really growing up! Their feathers are in and they’re getting.
After fertilized eggs are incubated (kept warm and rotated) for 21 days at a hatchery, chicks are hatched,.