You can inoculate store bought regular ACV with your UACV. Just pour a bit into one of those big gallon jugs of the cheap stuff. Let it sit a while. Voila! UACV.I order my UACV online from Vitacost.com. Their brand is cheaper than Braggs but just as good. I order six large bottles at a time since I use it in my waterers as well.
How beautiful!!!!I'm so EGGCITED to be adding a young trio of Blue English Orps hopefully shipping next week if the weather permits! 2 blue pullets and a black cockeral
Oh...but I do LOVE my Dorkings. Gotta love the big english breedsNONE of these boys gave me one second of trouble like EVERY other thing I've had out there including hatchery strains of Silver Grey Dorkings. These are the reds.
Quote: Hey there, Kowgurl! Long time, no see! I texted you the other day about a "chicken thing" I heard was happening at the arena out your way last weekend. Did you see it? Did you know anything about it? If I had known for sure, I would have gone, but since I didn't want to waste a trip, I stayed home. What are you working on at your place as far as chickens go?
I use a little bit of buttermilk to ferment mine. My chickens liked it better than the ACV and my ACV batch got increasingly stronger and I had to restart every couple of weeks. With the buttermilk, I only have to restart every couple of months. But I think it has a lot to do with what feed you use as well.Thanks for the info on fermenting feed. I started a batch today but couldnt find uacv. Maybe it will work without it. My brahmas are almost 16 wks old now. Can hardly wait to collect my first egg. Ive read about brahmas laying at 16 weeks. Wish i wouldnt have cause i check constantly. Feel kinda like the "watched pot never boils" phrase.