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Make sure you provide enough clean water.

Having clean water available at all times is one of the best ways to keep your chickens healthy and productive. Making sure water is available, even in winter, is essential to their health. Chickens can be a bit fussy about water. They don’t like water that is too warm or flavored strongly. If they don’t drink freely, they won’t eat as much, and that starts affecting their production and health.

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