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Chicken molting in October what should I feed her for extra protein

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Edited by briann107 - 11/15/15 at 7:20pm
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Hi, I'm guessing thats a typo and you mean moulting. You have lots of options in terms of increasing protein - including maize, mealworms, beans / lentils (cooked) among many others. Personally, i give my chickens a handful of millet every day and you could give a little more if you wish or, if you are currently giving them layers food, then switch to growers.

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