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They're fantastic. They're funny. They're fluffy. They're chickens. They eat bugs, lay eggs, and look hilarious when they run. Non-GMO and soy-free chicken feeds and scratch? Sourced in the U.S.? Oyster shell and different sizes of grit? Yes please.
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Feeds, Scratch, Grit & Oyster Shell
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FEED, ANYONE? The basis of any good chicken diet is a high-quality feed. Feed provides those fluffy feathers with the right amount of protein and minerals to keep their health in tip-top shape. And it keeps those eggs comin'. (Can you say bonus? I mean, we can. And we do.)
Vitamins, nutrients... everyone needs them from their food source. Including our chickens. Check out this Garden Goodness Layer Feed with Botanicals (yes, botanicals). Corn-free, soy-free, and Non-GMO? Where do I get mine?
SCRATCH: Chickens gotta scratch. And peck. Giving your hens great quality U.S. sourced Non-GMO scratch keeps 'em healthy and makes healthier eggs for your family, too. That's a total win.
GRIT? WE'VE GOT IT. When's the last time you saw a chicken tooth?
Grit takes the place of what teeth do... it grinds and crushes the food in the gizzards. Your birds should always have some on hand. Chickens will self-regulate their grit intake, so no worries about overdoing it. But if they need some and can't get to any, they may end up with digestive problems. So get yours, here.Growers? We have that grit too.Have babies? Here you go.
SHELL: Hens go through a pretty amazing process building those eggs, and oyster shell helps out at a very specific point. The shells are built last, usually overnight - and the process can drain your chicken of calcium. The calcium in oyster shell is digested at a different rate than that found in their feed, so they have some extra during those night hours when they are creating shell. Help them out by providing oyster shell at all times, and they will self-regulate, eating it when they need it.
Treat Time... It's Five o'cluck Somewhere.
Shop Bugs and Herbs
Is it a secret that chickens love bugs? (If it is, we'll correct that here.) They LOVE bugs. One, they form part of a chicken's natural diet. When they're scratching and foraging, they're eating those insects. And what? Insects provide essential vitamins and minerals and are an EGG-cellent source of protein? Yep. They are. Black soldier-fly dried larvae is a definite fav.
Super Savings = Happy Hens
We've never met anyone who doesn't love a good deal. Every penny counts, right?
Check Out These Chickens Lovin' On Our Layer Feed
Yay for U.S. sourced and non-GMO feed, with herbs and botanicals built right in! Chicken approved... obviously.
Boredom Busters... For Chickens
The same old, same old. Day in and day out… sigh.
Believe it or not, chickens are pretty sharp little animals. They need something to occupy their minds. Otherwise, like all curious beasties, they can start finding ways to occupy themselves – which probably includes destruction of some sort. So how can you keep your feathered friends entertained and out of your enticing garden bed?
Chicks in The Hood
On June 9th, 2011, a group of poultry enthusiasts headed out for the first ever, self-guided tour of the chicken coops quietly residing in backyards across the city. This tour, now on its 8th year, has come to be known as the “Pittsburgh Chicks-in-the-Hood Urban Chicken Coop Tour."
And it’s a hoot! Or a squawk, I guess.
Winter nutrition for chickens isn't hard, but it is important.
Nutrition for chickens is different in the winter. Here are some tips to keep your flock healthy and happy during the chilliest of months.