[topic auto-locked due to inactivity] i bought one of the zoomed bearded dragon kits for my baby, and made some modifications (eg carpet instead of sand, an extra thermometer etc.). one thing i didn't change was the basking lamp setup. during the day he has a normal basking lamp (sorry, it's 1am and i don't want to turn on a light to figure out what brand/kind it is, but it seems fine and gets ..., will you know what to do for your lizard, snake, turtle, tortoise, or amphibian if the power goes out, if there is no heat due to a power failure, or storm? or if it gets too hot for your animal? read this page and prepare for this kind of emergency in advance! you'll be glad you did!.
Raise baby chicks without a heat lamp!. we use a brooder hen made by titan incubators which is a much safer and energy efficient option as opposed to a heat lamp. this brooder only consumes about ..., woke up to frozen pipes (breaker tripped in well house = heat lamp went out), and my hubby was gone today. spent much of the day working with the heat gun to thaw the equipment. that and a million other details make this one full day here!.
Do chickens need a heat lamp? why heat lamps can be a problem: first off, thinking an animal must be cold, just because we are cold, is a faulty assumption. chickens have feathers. cows and goats have layers of winter hair. we don’t. most all animals are designed to withstand weather conditions without any help from us humans., today my dragon's basking bulb blew and now my beardie won't have one until the one i ordered gets delivered (said it can take between 2-10 business days).