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post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 
Hi there
Where do I buy mung beans or others I can sprout for my chickens?? I read the ones
In the grocery store are dead & wont sprout??
Any info appreciated 😊
post #2 of 8

I know you can get sprouts on eBay but thats a good question. 

post #3 of 8
Health food stores ?
post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 
Ok great, should of thought of Health Food Store 😳
Thanks!!!
post #5 of 8

Nuts.com

 

You can order mung beans in bulk (or not) and sprout them.

post #6 of 8

Sunflower microgreens are packed with nutrition.

http://microgreensheal.com/info/

 

You can get a 40 pound bag of Black Oil Sunflower seeds for under $20.

After presoaking, you put them in soil & they're ready for harvest in about 7 days.

 

 

On a side note, this is the first year I've used my aged chicken manure as fertilizer.

Best tomato plants I've ever grown, so far.

Grown from seed.

 

post #7 of 8
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Sunflower microgreens are packed with nutrition.
http://microgreensheal.com/info/

You can get a 40 pound bag of Black Oil Sunflower seeds for under $20.
After presoaking, you put them in soil & they're ready for harvest in about 7 days.




On a side note, this is the first year I've used my aged chicken manure as fertilizer.
Best tomato plants I've ever grown, so far.
Grown from seed.



Awsome!! I will pick some up smile.png
post #8 of 8

You might be surprised! I had some crowder peas in the pantry that I decided to try-they sprouted yesterday. :)

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Enjoying life with my sweet family and 3 English Shepherds, 1 American Eskimo, 2 cats,

5 BR, 2 BSL, 4 Production Red pullets, 2 BO pullets,  2 Speckled Sussex, 7 Wyandotte chicks!

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Daughter of the King!

Enjoying life with my sweet family and 3 English Shepherds, 1 American Eskimo, 2 cats,

5 BR, 2 BSL, 4 Production Red pullets, 2 BO pullets,  2 Speckled Sussex, 7 Wyandotte chicks!

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