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Natural Supplements for Chickens

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If your interested in introducing herbs and natural supplements to your chicken keeping regiment these articles are very helpful.
Personally, I’ve no experience with using herbs on my flock, but I’m certainly open to the idea if it will help keep my chickens healthy.
A big thank you to these content contributors for sharing their knowledge. 🙂

The Basics of Natural Chicken Keeping

Using herbs and edible flowers, along with some natural supplements, you can keep your flock healthy relatively easily and very inexpensively and thereby avoid vet visits, antibiotics and medications….
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Chickens & Herbs | by Bitchin’ Chickens

For the last few years I’ve been a member of several Facebook farm and chicken groups. I also check out other chicken blogs. I’m curious about, and frankly sometimes question, some of the claims that are made.
Recently I posted an article on Feeding Chickens. I know something about basic nutrition and filled in my knowledge gaps with some online research. I wanted to do a follow-up piece on using herbs to improve the health of your flock. Continue Reading

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Spill Proof Chicken Feeder

Just ordered a new chicken feeder, holds 10lbs and looks like it will solve the problem of chickens wasting their feed. I have a catch all under my feeder now, but it has to be emptied daily so it doesn’t attract ants. Ants are a problem here, I have to be pretty diligent to keep them out of the coop and nest boxes. Do you have this problem too?

RentACoop PVC Chicken Poultry Feeder with Rain Cover

This feeder (Amazon $39.95) boasts it’s spill proof, and it hangs on either wire or wood, hardware included. Dimensions are 5.5 x 5.5 x 17 inches. I’ll have to wait until my birds are 12 weeks to use it, but I’m looking forward to the possibilities of a spill proof feeder!
If you’re interested here’s how to get one: RentACoop PVC Chicken Poultry Feeder with Rain Cover

What To Do About Ants in the Coop

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