High temperatures can be deadly to chickens. At the point when the thermometer rises, chickens adapt by holding out their wings and gasping.
Egg-laying efficiency diminishes. These adapting systems fall flat and your hens will succumb to warmth stroke. You’ll know your hens are battling with heat when they are gasping with completely open mouths and are slow.
They quit eating and drinking. On the off chance that you see that, they’re in impending threat.
Be that as it may, don’t give up, a good amount of research can help them adapt to warm.
There are things you can accomplish with the goal that you don’t need to bring your hens into your aerated and cooled front room!