Chick Brooder Panels
- Corrugated cardboard
- 16" tall x 25" long
- 3/16" thick
- Double-walled plastic. Stiffer than cardboard
- Clean with soap and water
- 16" tall x 25" long
- 1/4" thick
Reuseable panels can be cleaned and used again next year.
How to Use
Six panels make a 37" diameter brooder.
Seven panels make a 50" diameter brooder.
If you are going to place the Heat Lamp Stand in the brooder, you will need 5 panels total in order for the stand to fit inside the brooder.
If the brooder is comprised of 4 panels, two of the stand's legs can fit in the brooder with two on the outside of the brooder.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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They are easy to set up and take down also being able to store them fleat is a great plus. We use a window screen that we picked up at a flee market for a dollar to lay on top and keep the chicks from jumping out.
Shaun R from South Carolina
I feel I'll be able to clean them and use them again. Overall I like them, but the chicks easily jumped out. We put some deer netting over the top secured with clothespins. Taller panels would be great.
Marianna C from Colorado
Could be taller, but will work until the chicks jump out.
Nadine A from Michigan
What I expected
Kinzi H from Tennessee
We are new to raising chickens and bought these because they had great reviews and seemed so easy and convenient...and they were for the first week. Our chicks are now just a week and a half old though and are already escaping over the top of the brooder. The sides are not tall enough! They jump on top of the feeders or waterers, onto the top of the brooder panels, and out. I don't know if it's because we are raising freedom ranger broilers and they are bigger, or why these panels seem to work for others and not us. But, my kids are currently keeping guard of the chicks while my husband rushes out to find a new solution to contain them.