Had to go pick up more game bird crumble yesterday evening, and found some interesting things at the feed store. I just love this little, independent feed store... When was the last time your counter help was the owner, and you got a hand-written receipt? I saw this anti-pick juice and thought of @DylansMom : Sorry, I was hoping the label was in better focus so we could see what was in it. I'm looking at the photo on my phone, and I can't read what the second ingredient is (after water), but after that, I think it says Tea Tree Oil, Calendula and Aloe Vera. (But my eyes aren't so great and photo is out of focus). I turned the bottle around at the store, and there's not any more labels on the other side. I bought a bottle of Flock Fuel (I think I have also seen it at TSC) because I am tired of squeezing out the little vitamin E capsules, so I thought I would try it: I guess I need to do some research on Vitamin E (and also toxicity, since I think overdoing it is bad), as I have no clue what is an appropriate dose. The Flock Fuel has 250 IU of Vitamin E per lb, according to the label. Since the whole bottle is probably less than 1 lb (it contains 16 fluid oz, but oil is lighter than water, so presumably a bit less than one lb), it probably contains about 2.5 IU of Vitamin E or less per teaspoon. But has lots of good Omega oils. The Vitamin E capsules I've been using (squeezed onto bread treats) contain 400 IU per softgel. (So there's more Vitamin E in one softgel -- in fact almost twice as much -- as in the entire bottle of Flock Fuel ) So as a Vitamin E supplement... maybe not so much, but again, overdose and toxicity is something I need to look into... I'm also thinking I could squeeze a few softgels into the bottle, and it would be easy to put on bread/mash/food. I also had a nice chat with the owner about other gamebird feeds. He sells a couple of local feed mill products designed for roosters, so a lower protein content that layer pellets and gamebird crumble. I looked at the ingredients lists and they had so much interesting stuff in them (like three different kinds of peas) that I almost wanted to buy some just to make cookies for the birds Anyway, I thought it was pretty cool that a local feed mill makes such a great mix and markets it through local independent feed stores. The ownder also carries a bunch of specialty bird diets and seeds for cage birds, in addition to horse stuff, dog stuff, and a great assortment of poultry stuff. I could spend all day in there!