Stand Up Chick Brooder


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Product Details


Stromberg’s Stand Up Chick Brooder is an excellent solution for brooding and raising your chicks! Keep debris off the floor and save space with this innovative brooder design. Chicks can easily be viewed through the perforated steel sides and top, making for simple and quick monitoring without lifting the lid. Add an infrared lamp to the convenient, built-in lampstand to provide chicks with heating when required. There is plenty of space for all the chick essentials – waterers, feeders, or even an additional brooder heat plate (all sold separately). When it comes time for cleaning, the Stromberg’s Stand Up Chick Brooder has a wire floor system and removable tray. Waste and droppings are passed through the wire floor and are easily cleaned by washing or wiping the removable tray. Assembly required.

  • Walls, roof-doors, and removable tray are made of galvanized steel sheeting.
  • Brooder has the capacity for up to 50 chicks (area of 0.47 m²). This provides ample space for a warm heated area and a room temperature area, allowing your birds to self-regulate their body temperature according to their needs.
  • Its upper and side plates, with Ø12.5 mm perforations, allow for an easy interior view and efficient ventilation. All this, plus preventing harmful air currents and access by rodents and other vermin.
  • Galvanized wire floor keeps animals out of the removable tray, keeping the brooder hygienic and easy to clean.
  • Can be set-up on a table or on the ground using the included 4 x galvanized tube legs.
  • 38.5"L x 18.5"W x 24"H (headroom height is 9.5")
  • Inferred Lamp and Bulbs are sold separately


  • 4.10 x 19.20 x 40.20 inches
  • Assembly required
  • Assembled dimensions are 38.5"L x 18.5"W x 24"H (headroom height is 9.5")


  • 5

    Great brooder

    by Kayla on Mar 07, 2024

    I love these brooders. I had bought 1 a couple years ago and am purchasing another one. The pull out tray is great for quick clean out.

  • 3


    by NOLA LOOP on Feb 27, 2024

    The legs are way too short.