With morning temperatures and relative humidity levels finally dipping below those of Hell, it is time to seriously prepare for winter. With colder temperatures comes higher gas bills although we all do our best to keep costs at a minimum. One way people often go about this is to reduce ventilation rates in the houses. But what does this do to your flock performance? Ventilation is what keeps litter and air qualities high. How should you balance the bills and the birds’ health? Lucky for us, the Mississippi State Extension service has looked into this and offers great tips and solutions. Check out their article and get ready for a great winter flock!