What to feed your chickens

     As you know, there are thousands of different foods, plants, and other objects that your chickens might get into. Below is a table showing what your chickens can eat and what are poisonous. Keep in mind that these foods should be thoroughly sliced in order to prevent chickens from choking (such as grapes). There is also a table of safe and poisonous plants. If you have any of the poisonous plants beleow, it is recommended you remove them or do not let your chickens free range. Chickens love scraps of meat, cheese, and bread but they should only be given to them as treats. The foods below are not to be used as chicken seed substitutes. You can find more information about

What Chickens Can Eat:

 Vegetables

 FruitPlants

Broccoli

Apples

Acacia

Carrots

Oranges

African Violet

Celery

Clementines

Aloe Plant

Corn

Bannanas

Asparagus Fern

Cucumbers

Pinapple

Baby's Tears

Green Beans

Grapes

Bamboo

Lettuce

Watermelon

Begonia

Potatoes

Pears

Boston Fern

Tomatoes

Peaches

Bougainvillea

 

Blueberries

Chickweed

 

Strawberries

Christmas Cactus

 

Raspberries

Coffee Tree

 

Plums

Coleus

 

 

Corn Plant

 

 

Crab Apple

 

 

Dandelion

 

 

Dogwood

 

 

Donkey Tail

 

 

Dracaena

 

 

Dragon Tree

 

 

Easter Cactus

 

 

Ferns

 

 

Figs

 

 

Gardenia

 

 

Grape Ivy

 

 

Hens & Chickens

 

 

Jade Plant

 

 

Kalanchoe

 

 

Magnolia

 

 

Eucalyptus

 

 

Monkey Plant

 

 

Nasturtium

 

 

Oregano

 

 

Palms

 

 

Pittosporum

 

 

Petunias

 

 

Prayer Plant

 

 

Rose

 

 

Rosemary

 

 

Rubber Tree

 

 

Schefflera

 

 

Sensitive Plant

 

 

Spider Plant

 

 

Snake Plant

 

 

Swedish Ivy

 

 

Thyme

 

 

Thistle

 

 

Wandering Jew

 

 

Wax Plant

 

 

White Clover

 

 

Zebra Plant

 

 

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