Herbs for Chickens

Lisa Steele of Fresh Eggs Daily has a great article about how to use herbs with your chickens. And no, I don’t mean how to prepare your chickens for dinner using herbs… I mean how to keep your flock of chickens healthy by utilizing herbs!

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Chicken Crafty Hobby

I was drawn to these little chicken juggling bean bag things in a local store recently. Eva wanted me to buy some, and like a lot of things they want and I like, I thought “we can make those!” This time I actually followed through and researched some links on how to make them. I found a cute website that had easy to follow instructions and utilized items we already had. I had to teach myself about a “french knot” for making the eyes, but other than that, I was able to easily and successfully make these cute little chicken pyramid bean bags, and now I think I just added a new hobby to my long list of things I like and want to do!

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chicken for Mary, Eva’s pen pal
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the Flock

Breakfast of Champions…

…for chickens…! From Lisa Steele of Fresh Eggs Daily. Check out her blog all about chickens (and ducks). Great information and photos (photo credit – Lisa Steele).

Breakfast of Champion Layers

RECIPE: BREAKFAST OF CHAMPION LAYERS
1 40-50lb. Bag Layer Crumble (or feed of your choice)
42 oz. canister Rolled Oats (large size Quaker canister)
2 Cups Cracked Corn (omit in summer)
4 Cups Sunflower Seeds
1-1/2 Cups Thomas Labs Brewers Yeast and Garlic Powder
1-1/2 Cups Probiotic Powder
1-1/2 Cups food-grade Diatomaceous Earth
1 Cup Sea Kelp
Handful of mixed, dried herbs (I recommend Cluckin’ Good Herbs)