My hubby and i have been raising chickens for a couple years now,but we're still learning, and we had heard from a couple locals that buying old bread ( a couple days before expiration) from the bread store by the rack is a cheaper way to help extend the supply of layer pellets. We bought some, but with the hot weather it soon went VERY moldy. I am hesitant to feed it to the chickens because-- a. I don't want to give them something that may potentially hurt them and, b. I don't want anything potentially harmful ending up in our eggs. My husband doesn't see a problem with it, but since I am generally the one who does the feeding in the evening I haven't given them any. I was thinking perhaps winter is a better time to do this since the bread would keep better to supplement their food. Does anyone have any helpful info on this? If this moldy bread will not harm my chickens or eggs that's fine, but I really would like to have a definitive answer before proceeding. Thank you very much!