Happy Hen Treats Mealworm Frenzy 3.5 oz Bag

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Happy Hen Treats is proud to introduce the world's first line of treats specifically made for pet chickens! Happy Hen Treats line of treats provides pet chicken owners a great way to interact with their backyard friends. Quality ingredients go into all of our treats and are tested and approved by our own backyard flock. We know how much you love and appreciate your chickens and we are confident your chickens will love and appreciate a special treat made just for them!

Contains approximately 3,250 dried mealworms that chickens absolutely love to eat. Dried mealworms offer chickens the taste they love without the inconvenience of storing and handling live worms.

Feed straight from your hand, scattered on the ground, or in a feeding dish as a treat only. Watch your chickens dance and peck in a frenzy for these 100% natural whole-dried mealworms!

Weight: 3.53 oz
Quantity: 3,250 Dried Mealworms

Latest reviews

Pros: Chickens know the bag and race towards me. Good price
Cons: Small bag
Good product.
Pros: Made my chicken very happy!
Cons: none
These treats were often the high point of Ollie's day! He would chortle and chuckle as he ate them. Always a big deal around our house!
Pros: Easy to feed, protein rich, great for teaching/training, easy ziplock bag for storage
Cons: this brand is a little expensive
Love to watch the girls come running and chase each other around, while snapping up the little dried bits of goodness! If we're not careful, they'll grab the whole bag out of our hands! It's so much fun, a great way to bond with our feathered friends and wonderful entertainment!:D
We don't bother with the 3.5 oz bad though, we usually get at least double that amount.
Purchase Price
High
Purchase Date
Several times starting in 2017

Comments

I call this stuff, chicken crack - my Red Stars just love the mealworms. They all gather round and even jump in lap to beg for some.
 
ha! I so agree. I gave some to my chicks...twice, and they got so crazy we decided to wait until they're out in the coop so they'll be farther away from each other! Crack is a good word for it.
 
My Dora loves the meal worms. Her favorite food of all! When Tractor Supply starting carrying it it was affordable, now the price is unreal. Dora is worth it though
 
I too have just introduced them to my baby girls and they were so excited running around to find them! ( i too can only just bring myself to handle them!) :)
 
You can raise them yourself -- also check out black soldier fly grubs that can be raise on compost -- very cool insects and the ckickens eyes bug out for them
 
No kidding. My ladies go nuts when I bring out the bag. They know what it looks and sounds like, and come running like their tails are on fire!
 
Scrapingran, that is the perfect description!
We were also lucky enough to discover a local feed store that carries meal worms in bulk which is about 1/3 of the price.
 
I got my hens after they were 7 mo old which means they are also more difficult to get my hands on them. I am using the mealworms to win them over. I treat them once a day and Im winning their stomachs on the way to winning their hearts!!
 
I use these to get my back into their own yard. They get to free range later in the day and sometimes I find them over at my neighbors scratching around. So I shake my meal worm container and call them and here they come RUNNING! It's hilarious to watch, but they know when momma's calling she's got a great treat. Who says chickens can't be trained! lol
 
My hens love them and come running for them. My only complaint is that they are from China.,
 
If you haven't already discovered this -- chickens are fierce carnivores! They will go nuts for ground beef!
 
I do not know if all the locations carry them, but Lowes has mealworms in a pretty good sized bag with their bird seed and what not and we typically buy it from there now instead of this brand. Amazon also carries them where you can buy them in bulk for cheaper too. Just a thought. Our chickens love them so much, and are trained to go back into their run for them.
 
they are great! We put ours in Ziploc and add a little water too soften and keep them in the fridge for a cool treat. But only a days worth at a time.
 
Mine totally ignore the freeze dried. Their "crack" are the live meal worms! Fed my babies grubs I found when building their coop and pen. You're off easy if yours like freeze dried. Good for you!
 

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