PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Cluck'n Sea Kelp for bright glossy plumage, marvelous orange-y yolks, strong development of bone structure, reduced coccidiosis outbreaks, increased weight gain and overall fantastic healthy intestinal flora and bacteria. Not only can our chickens benefit from our Cluck'n Sea Kelp Kelp but our gardens, house plants and compost piles/bins thrive with the addition. By adding small amounts of Cluck'n Sea Kelp (see usage below) to your poultry’s diet, they will gobble up less food and show an improved overall health, with fewer diseases. It's a super simple way to raise happy hens! Many of the minerals include: calcium, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, sulfur, cobalt, copper, iodine, iron, selenium. Vitamins include A, B1, B6, (NIACIN), B12, D, E, and K. Kelp contains 21 amino acids to include lysine, hystidine, and proline. Usage: Provide Cluck'n Sea Kelp to your flocks regular feed intake at the rate of 1-2% (1/4 cup per 11lbs) or for an added treat; add 1 tsp to two spoonfulls of plain yogurt and serve. Kelp meal granuals can be fed to baby chicks right after hatch and thorough out the lifetime of the flock. Organic, Eco-Friendly and Healthy Add to Feed, Easy to Use - Effective Cluck'n Sea Kelp is a product of the pristine waters of Canada. INGREDIENTS. Cluck'n Sea Kelp is an organic, dried kelp product that provides vitamins, minerals, amino acids and carbohydrates that in general, improve the overall health of chickens. I just bought this item for my girls from treats for chickens.com. What do you think? Does it sound like a good product ? I've been using several different 100% organic treats from this company for awhile now. They have a great variety of treats with things like marigold flower petals meal worms flax alfalfa buckwheat pumpkins seeds coconut rolled oats flaked rye barley kaput and wheat. Their treats are all organic and I decided to give the kelp a try as well. Had any of you heard of feeding the kelp before? Has any of you tried this product? What's your opinion on kelp for chickens?