Why is everyone else charging more? ¯\_(“/)_/¯ Keep your feathered friends warm & save on the Farm Innovators model HM-60P Heated Mat for chickens and poultry. It mounts to the wall OR lays flat on the floor — your choice!
For use in winter
If your temps regularly drop below freezing, give your girls a break! Take the edge off with this heating pad, either alone or in conjunction with one of our other safe heater
options. The heated pad emits around 100° to 105° F of heat. Your birds will have to come in
direct contact with it to feel its warmth. It's not intended to heat the entire inside of a coop — which is a good thing!
It's there to provide occasional respite from the cold. Why not to heat your coop in winter
The Heated Chicken Mat is only 60 watts, but if you want it to only run when temps drop, we recommend you use a thermostatic plug
. Ours only "turns on" your device when temps drop below 35°F.
If you're planning to raise chicks in a colder environment like a
garage or basement, a little heat coming from below can make all the
difference in their comfort level. Set the heated mat on the
floor of your brooder to keep temps even during those fragile first few weeks of life.
If you have a larger brood or want to provide more heating options, get two, or consider any one of these safe heater
options. (Use anything but the dreaded 250-watt infrared light bulb!)
Easy to clean!
These heater pads are made of ABS plastic, which is hard and nonporous. Unplug the unit, then clean with a damp cloth or sponge, and dry thoroughly before plugging back in.
- Help transition 4-week-old chicks from indoors to their outdoor coop
- Offer to an injured or ill hen to help her recover
Do not immerse in water, or use on hay, carpet or furniture. It's recommended not to use extension cords. Do not cover the product with blankets or other material as this will affect the performance and effectiveness of the product. Full instructions
Dimensions: 13" x 19" x 1"
Weight: 2.5 lbs
Cord Length: 5 ft
An LED indicator light shows when the unit is operating