Introducing chickens to your existing flock can be a challenge, but with these tips and tricks, you can make it a success.
Before you even think about introducing new chickens to your existing flock, it's important to quarantine them for a few weeks.
When it's time to introduce the new chicken to your flock, it's best to keep the new birds caged.
The best time to move new chickens into an existing coop, after introductions is at night. Chickens become slow and stupid at night.
Make sure you're there to supervise the introduction process. Chickens can be aggressive and may try to establish dominance over the new bird.
Chickens love treats, and offering them can be a great way to help your new bird integrate into the flock.
Introducing a new chicken to your existing flock can be a tricky process, but with these tips and tricks, you can make it a success.