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Chicktec® Electric Poultry Brooder


Self contained electric poultry brooder with thermostatically controlled overhead heater. Water supply can be connected to low pressure system if required. Internal lighting, removable droppings tray and sliding front panels. Size: 104 x 55 x 35cm (plus legs). New for 2017 - increased internal height lengthening the weaning/usage period and higher feeding trough to prevent food wastage.


Capacity: 60-70 hen, 70-80 pheasant, 180-200 Quail. 630650 Chicktec Electric Poultry Brooder


Improved New &


Chicktec® Circular Chick Brooder


Self contained brooding unit. Complete with overhead heat lamp, drinker and feeder. Designed for poultry or game chicks. Sliding Perspex glass door to the front. Raised off the ground to minimise draughts. Size: 69cm x 21cm x 71cm.


Capacity: 30 chicks or 50 Quail for first few weeks.


630300 Chicktec Circular Chick Brooder


Intelec® Power Alarm Plug


Plugs into the same circuit as the equipment to be monitored (e.g incubators/brooders) and sounds the alarm in case of power failure. Useful for freezers as well. Contains PP3 battery.


654120 Intelec Power Alarm Plug


ETON ChickUp Paper


Chick feed paper to use during the first few days of brooding until chicks learn how to use feeders. Biodegrades within 4-5 days. Blue colour encourages chicks to feed. 730mm width x 400m length.


910989 ETON Chick Feed Paper


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