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These are very handy for early brooding and can be burned when you are finished with them, so you will not carry over any germs to the next batch of chicks. If you go to Harvey Norman, Bunnings etc you can usually get really big solid boxes free of charge. They have nice high sides to keep drafts out and keep chicks in.
I used Washing Machine Boxes 30 chicks per box for 1st 2 wks then used to split chicks into 2 ( 8 boxes going at a time ) for 10 yrs & up to 400 chicks a season.