We supply and feed USDA Certified Organic chicken feed, grown by a group of Amish farmers in Pennsylvania, USA.
The feed provides a well balanced diet and has oyster shells to ensure the eggs have strong shells.
It is also fun to spoil our pets and watch them eat treats.As a general rule, treats can make up no more than 10% of a chicken's overall diet and should be fed to them in the afternoon, after they have had time to fill up on their balanced organic layer feed! The exception to the 10% rule is "green treats" such as kale, dandelion greens, parsley, swiss chard, berries and bugs (aka anything they would find in a free-range environment), which they can have an unlimited amount of!
Chickens need a lot of protein and calcium to lay eggs, and the food we supply ensures they get all that they require.
Chickens have different likes and dislikes, so they might not eat everything you give them, however all of the DO FEED items listed below are worth a try.
DO NOT FEEDDo not count on chickens to know what is bad for them.
We will start off with a list of things to never feed your hens.