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*Just to clarify about the heat lamps; We had read that the chickens would not acclimate well to their environment if we used them. When we started to notice the very tips of their combs turning white, we got the lamps. The roosters combs however continued to develop FRB, even thought the hens' had stopped. So, did we make it worse by putting in the lamps? Not sure, maybe? But we do make extra heat available when it gets below freezing. The rooster is a BO, btw, with a VERY large comb. Size DOES matter!*
Don't forget to consider your environment as well when looking for your chicken breed!
We live in a very cold area with long winters and temps often below zero. Our first chickens are having a terrible time with frostbite on their large, single-combs (something we forgot to consider). Especially our rooster!
Although we got "cold -hearty" breeds; Buff Orp, Barred Rock, and Speckled Sussex, they are still having a rough time with all this freezing cold....regardless of our 'improved' venting system, Vaseline on combs, deep litter, warm treats, scratch/corn in the evening, et cetera. We keep it dry and clean too, of course...and initially refused to use heat, until they ended up with FB anyway. Now they have some infrared heat lamps in there for REALLY cold nights.
Otherwise, they are doing okay. The rooster will eventually have a 'Mohawk' comb from the parts which are going to fall off. I just keep a watch on him to make sure he doesn't develop infection.
Anyway....our next batch will be something with either a rose or pea comb. I suppose you could also have the birds dubbed, but I think the rose/pea combs look nice.
Just wanted to share our experience thus far with anyone out there doing chicken research who is interested.