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The above video shows how a mother hen looks after her baby chicks after a natural incubation. The hen and chicks are placed into an isolation pen to keep them safe for the first few weeks.

Mother hen will initially be completely obsessed with her babies and show them how to eat etc. Once the hen loses interest it's a sign that it's time to remove her from the pen because her job is done.

Mark Valencia

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