Brooding Jiko can run up to 16 hours and serve about 300 chicks for about three weeks with just a two kilo tin full of charcoal.
How to use:
The jiko can assist during power outages in addition to assisting farmers who are without energy.
When the heat is too much for them, the chicks wander far away from the pot, much like in bulb brooders. The baby birds must, however, be protected from fire by placing a safety guard around the pot.
The brooding area must be spacious enough to permit unrestricted airflow. As a result of crowded conditions and low oxygen levels, this prevents carbon dioxide poisoning deaths.
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