Rcom incubator, hatcher and ICU brooder official authorized North America sales & service

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Rcom chicks feeding tips

Newly hatched chicks have full nutrition in their belly stored from the yolk. Therefore, they can go for about a day without any feeding. After a day, you need to begin feeding them. The yolk powder of boiled egg is good for their first feeding. Three days after hatching, they can digest tiny cut vegetables, chopped seeds, and other reasonable foods. Do not forget to change the water often. A continuous supply of clean water is important. If the water is dirty, the chicks may easy become sick. You can feed quail, pheasants, peafowls, golden pheasants, and silver pheasants the same as common chicks. Ducks, geese, and wild geese are omnivorous. So, you can feed them anything. Parrots like all sorts of seeds, vegetables, and fruits.
   
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Rcom egg incubator, Rcom hatcher and Rcom brooder for birds, & reptiles & pets or puppies Rcom ICU brooder

© Copyright 2010 to 2016. Copyright and Trademarks: Visitors, web surfers and customers of our website are bound to accept our copyright, trademarks, and registrations without limitations. No company, entity, website, or individual is permitted to use any part of this website’s images, materials, codes, testimonials, product descriptions, or reviews for any of the following purposes without a written and legally notarized permission from our company: gaining from advertisement or marketing for any of our products; or using our product information or materials to market to other companies; or for search engines to place advertisements on another website. Violation of our copyright carries liability to compensate us for all actual and potential damages, losses, and violations. All rights are reserved = XML Sitemap Google Feed

Rcom chicks feeding tips

Newly hatched chicks have full nutrition in their belly stored from the yolk. Therefore, they can go for about a day without any feeding. After a day, you need to begin feeding them. The yolk powder of boiled egg is good for their first feeding. Three days after hatching, they can digest tiny cut vegetables, chopped seeds, and other reasonable foods. Do not forget to change the water often. A continuous supply of clean water is important. If the water is dirty, the chicks may easy become sick. You can feed quail, pheasants, peafowls, golden pheasants, and silver pheasants the same as common chicks. Ducks, geese, and wild geese are omnivorous. So, you can feed them anything. Parrots like all sorts of seeds, vegetables, and fruits.
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Rcom egg incubator, Rcom hatcher and Rcom brooder for birds, reptiles & pets or puppies Rcom ICU brooder

Rcom egg incubator & brooder authorized sales & service in North America