Peep Pouch for chicks Green Yellow Pink Blue Orange Purple
Description:On sale while supplies last! We love our baby chicks, and we know you love yours just as much! These cheerful, handmade peep pouches are just the ticket for baby chicks for a number of reasons.
in a while you have a lone chick that needs to be
separated from the flock for some extra TLC. In fact, we've heard from many-a chicken keeper
who've smuggled a chick to work in their shirt pocket before. (Shhhh! Unless you work for My Pet Chicken where this is encouraged, you probably shouldn't
Think of the Peep Pouch as a swaddle for baby chicks. If you need to warm up a chick who's chilled, gently hold a weak baby you're offering a special feed, or secure and keep warm a baby you're caring for, the Peep Pouch is just the ticket. They're also a great way to let younger kids hold a baby
for a few minutes, without having to worry the chick will be mishandled. They can also be used to as a cute prop for a photo
shoot. Plus, they keep any droppings contained for easy
Pouches are one size fits "all". Standard sized chicks should be able to fit in it for about two weeks, and bantams perhaps a week longer. The closure can be secured loosely with the included ribbon, and there's lots of material to provide padding, but do use care when
securing the chick.
* Your fabric color choice will come in different patterns, depending on
local availability and time of year. Colors and patterns may vary from
those pictured. The seamstresses are constantly changing out the
fabrics they use.
A note about safety...
should not be confined for long periods of time in the pouch nor should
food and water be with held for long periods of time. The pouches have
been designed for help with care and as a novelty item to let very young children
safely (and photogenically) hold a chick for a short period of time with appropriate supervision.
About the Seamstresses
Handmade by the talented women of the Dominican Republic's Sewing My Future Cooperative,
these fabric saddles will protect your hens from injury while providing
a meaningful livelihood to the proud women who craft them.