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They have dog parks around here so... since my chickens ate most of the grass in my yard

 

I'm pretty sure it's illegal but the thought did cross my mind :rolleyes:

 

They have grass in the common areas around here...so.. I'll grab some when i took my dog out on a walk and feed them to my chickens

 

maybe i should ask the neighbors for their grass trimmings..

 


Edited by BruceAZ - 5/23/16 at 9:45am
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Make sure they are not treating the grassy areas with fertilizer, herbicides, and fungicides/insecticides.

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x 2  and don't feed them long stalks - can cause impacted  crops

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Make sure they are not treating the grassy areas with fertilizer, herbicides, and fungicides/insecticides.

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Make sure they are not treating the grassy areas with fertilizer, herbicides, and fungicides/insecticides.
Good advice!
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Make sure they are not treating the grassy areas with fertilizer, herbicides, and fungicides/insecticides.

 

do most homeowners use fertilizer or -cides on their grass in their own front lawn or backyard?

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