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What is fermented feed and why do people do compost? Whats its benefits?
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Originally Posted by Deleon98 View Post

What is fermented feed and why do people do compost? Whats its benefits?

 

Those are both topics worthy of good research!  ;)

 
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Matthew 10:32-33 - Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven.  But whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in heaven. 

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post #133 of 227
Ok so i spent this whole time looking up fermented feed but i was wondering if its something yoi do everyday for them or just once in a while
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For your chickens to get the full benefits of it you would do it as their regular diet. Type fermenting feed in the main BYC search box. Or, ask questions here since it would be the right thread. But really, there's plenty to read on here that you probably wouldn't need to ask any more questions. 😊
http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/645057/fermented-feeds-anyone-using-them

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"When raising chickens you must think like a chicken...NOT like a human!"

http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/how-to-prepare-for-emergencies-diseases-injuries-before-they-happen 

 

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thanks    

Edited by Glenda Heywoodo - 2/7/17 at 12:07pm

29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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thanks

Edited by Glenda Heywoodo - 2/7/17 at 12:09pm

29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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thanks


Edited by Glenda Heywoodo - 2/7/17 at 12:09pm

29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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thanks


Edited by Glenda Heywoodo - 2/7/17 at 12:10pm

29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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Glenda Heywood

I was told SAFEGUARD WOMER FOR CATTLE TO USEON CHICKEN

 

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Edited by Glenda Heywoodo - 2/9/17 at 7:45pm

29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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post #140 of 227

Using DE all year will help the chickens.

 

my math is not exact but then with DE you can't over feed it.

so I used it that way then it is good to go.


2-5% DE to amt of feed daily.

 

DE is used as executing the adult worms in the gut by going thru the gut daily and the diadems knick the soft skinned worms and dehydrate them and the chickens body will use the dead worms as proteins.

 

and NO the DE does not need to be done and eggs thrown away and does not decrease egg production.
in turn the DE is a mineral and calcium item the gut extracts from the DE,

 

and as for the first chemical worming with what ever kind you use.

really do as if you see worms,

then do the 1 worming today with  wormer of choice.

await 14 days and,

do the Ivermectin or some other chemical wormer.
 

this is one of the wormings for this yr.
then in late fall do this two step worming again.

 

only needs done twice a yr by chemical wormer as they go to the blood stream and kill the worm larvae.
then the DE goes and kills the adult worms that get by.

 

as for using cayenne wormer as herbal wormer.

the herbal wormer listed is about 90% cayenne pepper and sold from England.

 

if a person would have wormed in late summer early fall the birds would have been molting, and egg production would have been off any ways.


so it is ideal time to worm.

Besure and do the wet mash probiotics on the days after worming till nexr worming and then do it again after worming.

 

so the chickens body builds up good gut flora and excellent eggs.

you could boil the eggs for the dogs and the wormer would go into their system also


do not feed them back to the chickens as that only adds the wormer back into their bodies

Glenda L Heywood


Edited by Glenda Heywoodo - 2/10/17 at 3:09pm

29-1/2 years Editor- Publisher of

NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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NATIONAL POULTRY NEWS

OVER 60 YEARS RAISING

CHICKENS and ducks 

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