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Can I feed Ezekiel grain to my ducks?

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by ForeverSunshine, Sep 22, 2012.

  1. ForeverSunshine

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    Okay, wow. Um, well, long time no see! Sorry I haven't posted in a gazillion years!



    Anyways, we have a huge bucket of Ezekiel grain, and I was wondering if it'd be alright to feed my ducks. I'm not actually certain what all is in it and I don't want to feed them something that'll hurt them.



    If anyone has any idea about it as a feed for them, PLEASE let me know! It'll save a lot of money if it's a suitable feed. And if it's just low in nutrients, that's fine, 'cause they're on a 8-14 hour turnout everyday.



    Thank you! ♥♥
     

  2. Miss Lydia

    Miss Lydia Loving this country life Premium Member

    Is this what your talking about? http://www.wheatgrasskits.com/sprouting/ezekiel_bread_mix.htm?gclid=CMPyvfCOyrICFYs7MgodCTYAUg
     
  3. ForeverSunshine

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    Yessies, I think so, but mine has some sort of bright orange grain as well as beans and wheat, I think. :)
     
  4. Miss Lydia

    Miss Lydia Loving this country life Premium Member

    I do feed split peas to my flock but I don't think I would feed whole beans. Don't know what the bright orange grain is but I also feed my flock wheat. I am just not sure since when I googled it this is all that came up.
     
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  6. ForeverSunshine

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    That's just what they look like! You guys are awesome!

    Basically, if I remove the beans then it'd be alright? I'd watch them for the first few days, of course. I certainly don't want to take any chance-even tiny- that one might become sick, but duck feed is getting expensive.
     
  7. Miss Lydia

    Miss Lydia Loving this country life Premium Member

    I'd say go ahead as long as there isn't beans. The yellow beans look like the split peas I buy only different color.
     
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