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Dose chicken eat raw or cooked asparagus? Is it good for them? Not sure if its good for them or not but they love tomatoes.
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Asparagus is not toxic, but it can effect the taste of your eggs, so go sparingly if you share your expensive asparagus with them.

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The asparagus was given to me and I don't car for it. Where can I find or is there such a thing of a list of do's and dont's of people food that can or can't be given to poultry? As I am a 1st timer raising poultry for their eggs I don't want to give them something that would harm them. Thank you for any advise.
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Here's an article with a good list:  http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/chicken-treat-chart-the-best-treats-for-backyard-chickens

 

Here's the one that mentions the egg flavoring:  http://www.fresheggsdaily.com/2013/02/toxic-treats-what-not-to-feed-your.html

 

 

Sorry you don't like it, maybe you have a friend or neighbor you could share it with?

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