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Chickens do not generally need food and water at night. During the night, chickens will sleep on their roost until morning, and are unlikely to get up to eat and drink. In fact, their poor night-time vision makes it increasingly unlikely for a chicken to leave the safety of the roost to do so. Jan 11, 2021

However, chickens do not have night vision. They can’t see in the dark. But chickens can sense whether it is light or dark through the pineal gland. The pineal gland sits above her midbrain behind her eyes, and allows a chicken to sense daylight as well as the changing seasons. Mar 13, 2018

Like most birds, chickens sleep whenever it is dark and will wake as soon as the morning grows light enough for them to start their daily routine.

Like most birds, chickens sleep whenever it is dark and will wake as soon as the morning grows light enough for them to start their daily routine.

Chickens do not generally need food and water at night. During the night, chickens will sleep on their roost until morning, and are unlikely to get up to eat and drink. In fact, their poor night-time vision makes it increasingly unlikely for a chicken to leave the safety of the roost to do so. Jan 11, 2021