Brooder Kit Giveaway from Randall Burkey

April 19, 2013
Chick season is in full swing and our fabulous sponsor, Randall Burkey Company is giving away their starter brooder to one of our subscribers! This brooder comes will everything that you need to get off to a great start with your little ones.  You can even order your chicks from them too!  Check out their 8 Five Chick Specials.
This includes Brooder Kit Prize Package includes:

Single Lamp Infrared Brooder
Red Glass Brooder Bulb
Corrugated Cardboard Chick Corral
Quart Jar Waterer
Quart Jar Chick Feeder
Grogel Plus B

Enter to Win
This brooder kit retails for approximately $40

Leave a comment on this blog post to enter and tell me what you would put on your wishlist from the Randall Burkey Company’s website.  Please be sure to leave an email address so that I can contact you if you win.
Click here to enter to win a Randall Burkey Signature Chicken Coop as well as a year’s supply of Nutrena Poultry feed and Happy Hen Treats.

The Fine Print: Contest ends 4/26/13 at 12 noon EST. One entry per person.  At least 18 years of age.  One randomly selected winner will win a Pak10 Brooder Kit. This item will ship to a US address only.  Chicks are not included in this giveaway and  must be ordered separately.


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51 thoughts on “Brooder Kit Giveaway from Randall Burkey”

  1. Great gift for beginners. I saw something like this @ TS but I was unable to buy it. Thank you for putting on contests it allows people to win prizes that they cant afford.

  2. My 10 year old nephew, Kevin, is raising chickens and would love to start hatching and raising them with an incubator & brooder. Currently he has only raised them with a mother hen. He is very interested in picking the eggs he uses, and selecting what he wants to be produced on the farm. So grown up for such a little guy. His grandpa was a chicken farmer, who passed away 3 years ago. So his wish list would be the incubator & winning a brooder would be a good start to getting all he wants.

  3. I'd probably start the chicks off right with some organic feed, and for later, the oyster shell and grit.


  4. I would love to enter for a book! But… I don't know which one off of their site. We're moving soon and we will be going somewhere with more land that will allow us to start an adventure with Chickens, and so I'm trying to get some good resources on that. Is there one you would recommend over another?

  5. On my wish list would be pearl guineas and books. You can't have too many books. We are moving to the country this month and we are very excited. Can't wait to build a coop and raise some guineas and chicks.

  6. That is so hard to narrow it down. I would definitely get some Barred Rock chicks or some Wyandotte chicks. I really want to get some ducks too. Before I get my ducks I need another coop so I would get one of those too. The list could go on and on. Maybe I'll win the lottery.

  7. We will be first time chicken owners this year. We are building a coop and have ordered our chicks. There are so many things I would place on my wishlist at Randall Burkey. We still need to gather all the out supplies for them such as feeders, first aid kit, etc. Winning this brooder kit would be wonderful. Thanks for having this giveaway. grafixmuse (at) yahoo (dot) com

  8. We just got our first four chicks. Two are ready for outside. I'd love a 5 gallon waterer or an incubator for eggs. And, of course, I'd love a whole coop so I could have more! Hope I win! moirabundschuh (at)

  9. We're getting chicks for the first time this summer. I would love to have brooder. I'd take the Raising Chickens for Dummy's book and some ducklings.

  10. I'd choose blue cochin chickens. I am a licensed rabbit judge. Several years ago I was judging rabbits at an ag event. During our lunch break one of the other rabbit judges and I strolled through the poultry exhibit. I was familiar with many of the breeds and colors, but when I came to a display of blue cochins I stopped in my tracks. I had seen cochins before, but the blue color was new to me and I was enchanted with the delicate color. My fellow rabbit judge teased me about it the rest of the day, saying that if I weren't flying home, I'd probably be going home with some blue cochins. I still do not have chickens, but if I were gifted with a brooder I would take it as an omen that now is the time.

  11. I would love to win the Nite Guard since we have lots of predators or some type of coop water heater since we live in the Northeast.
    Great giveaway! Just got my chicks a week ago and am loving watching Chicken TV!

  12. I'm thinking of raising chicks again this year, so this brooder would be great. There are so many things on the site, but I have to say, after seeing yours (or someone else's) , I really want the leg bands, so I can tell a few of mine apart.

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