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Farm Innovators Heated Chicken Mat

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The Farm Innovators Heated Chicken Mat is perfect for your chickens.

  • Keeps chickens warm during the winter
  • Uses only 60W of power
  • Thermostatically controlled to maintain surface temperature of just over 100° F
  • Can be mounted horizontally or vertically
  • Can be easily cleaned with damp cloth

Specification Description
Power Type: Electric
Package Length: 21 in.
Product Weight: 3.5 lb.
Brand: Farm Innovators
Product Material: Plastic
Package Height: 1-1/2 in.
Warranty: 1 Year
Package Weight: 3.5 lb.
Product Height: 1-1/2 in.
Product Type: Chicken Heating
Product Length: 21 in.
Package Width: 13 in.
Product Width: 13 in.
Manufacturer Part Number HM-60P
Farm Innovators Heated Chicken Mat is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product My poor rooster has arthritis and this mat has been a life saver (literally). he's not perching and sits on the coop floor and since it's been so cold it really helps. Anyone who has arthritis could appreciate the warmth and this mat has been great
Date published: 2017-12-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Heats good Not a heater but does warm up. We attached to coop wall. Wish there was something like this but that pushed out a little more heat live in NW Indiana and winters can be cold. Coop is small and from tractor supply so no insulation and wanted this because can't use a heat lamp. We also bought a remote thermometer to keep and eye on the temp in the coop. Outside temp has been in the 20s at night and coop stays around 35¬40 degrees.
Date published: 2017-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 40 Watts - Rugged thick hard mat - Well insulated I have one of those coop kits of Summerhawk - the mat was easy to install and leaned it against right wall just as they enter from ladder. The wiring - I used a screw in garden hook for ceilings - threaded the mat wire over the door - then suspended the rest of the wiring in the top "pitch of center roof." Used heavy duty utility work extension cord that once connected lights up showing wiring is live. Threaded this lighted connector through the larger back vent holes - might have to push hard - but connectors do fit. Made sure connector was far enough inside coop to make certain safe from rain - then secured it to back wall using screws and some insulation tape I had. Having lighted connector in coop gives you quick visual that everything is ok. Coop is close enough to utility shed and was able to finish electrical socket connection - and secure the shed with no issues. Opinion of the hens? THEY loved it - no one is eager to leave the upper roost in the morning on cold rainy days. All are moulting right now - having this mat may be silly - but flock is happy!
Date published: 2017-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great for barn cats/dogs too! I bought this mat for my LGD puppy and I absolutely love it. It only gets about 100°, so its the same heat that they would get from snuggling with their momma or litter mates. Also, it really only builds temp if they're laying on it; it doesnt feel warm to the touch by itself - but you can feel *some* heat if you lay a blanket on it. It's made out of the same material as dog kennel trays, so it's not really a fire hazard either. This would be perfect if youre looking for something that just keeps the 'edge' off in the frigid cold for your barn critters without creating a heat source they become dependant on in case the power goes out. That said, I'm not sure I'd advertise this for chickens. They would literally have to lay on it to generate any kind of heat. So unless you have silkies that don't roost or something, it's not worth buying for your coop.
Date published: 2016-12-13
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I have one that I bought from TS and it has worked great for my chicks. I want to move it out to the coop with them but the instructions say not to use a extension cord. The cord itself is only about 4 ft long! Why not? Please advise. 

Asked by: 3 Castaway Chics
We are required to have that statement on our instructions and product. If you choose to use extension cord, we recommend that it be a heavy duty outdoor cord and keep it as short as possible (less than 25'). Also, make sure it's plugged into a GFCI protected outlet.
Answered by: Farm Innovators
Date published: 2017-05-08

Can I set a waterer on this without it being damaged or the waterer being damaged?

Asked by: Thatguy89
You can but I'm not sure it will provide you with enough heat to keep the water from freezing. It's not designed for that.
Answered by: Farm Innovators
Date published: 2017-09-18

OK for goats? Is the cord protected?

Asked by: Michael and Diane
Cord has a protective cover on it. I'm sure it could be used for goats, although it's a bit small.
Answered by: Farm Innovators
Date published: 2017-03-03

Can you adjust the temperature or does it stay around 100?

Asked by: barbarerlla
There is no adjustment on this mat. It heats between 100-105F.
Answered by: Farm Innovators
Date published: 2018-02-26

Would this be ok for outdoor dogs or cats?

Asked by: bon6872
Yes it could be used for outdoor dogs or cats.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2017-01-05
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