Turkey Coop Bedding in the Winter

Turkeys are very hardy birds. They are mature by the time they attain adulthood, making it easy for them to endure cold weather.

By providing a safe space, a winter turkey coop is easy to maintain and safe for your birds.

They like to roost at night, which provides them with protection from predators.

While roosting, they will huddle together, thus keeping each other warm.

It is important to keep the air fresh and moving in a coop, preventing both ammonia and moisture buildup.

Providing your turkeys with proper food that is high in protein will help them maintain their body heat during the cold.

Consider practicing the deep litter method, a great example of working smarter, not harder.

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