Ceramic socket lamp holders are used by breeders to keep baby chickens or baby ducks warm during the first few weeks of their rearing when heating is essential for life.
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Availability date: 01/01/1970
This ceramic socket lamp holder with angle joint is used by breeders to keep baby chickens or baby ducks warm during the first few weeks of their rearing when heating is essential for life. If you intend to use this lamp holder to keep baby poultry warm its best to use it in conjunction with a low wattage screw in globe like the Infared Heat or Black Spot Heat globe 60W by GYPR (see below).
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Brooders for poultry, birds and other animals. Ideal for keeping young chickens, ducks and other poultry warm until they can generate their own body heat. The warm environment of a brooder can also be used to care for baby parrots while they are young or help sick birds and animals recover from illness.
Used by breeders to keep baby chickens or baby ducks warm (brooding) during the first few weeks of their rearing when heating is essential for life. Very universal and can be used for a number of applications including Heat Lamps and Compact UVB globes.
Ceramic heat lamps are ideal for keeping reptiles, baby chickens and other pets warm when used in conjunction with a lamp holder (not included). Can be used with our medium and large Poultry Brooder Kits (see below) as a spare or replacement lamp for these kits.
These lamps can be used on a range of animals including reptiles, birds, chickens, ducks and mammals and are an ideal choice in situations such as rehabilitation and brooding where bright lights can stress the animals.