I'm raising Rhodebar chickens. They have 1 acre to feed from, at all times. The acre is grass only, so they eat the seeds (bermuda), grass and bugs. I give them fruits, veggies, and meat from my own food (leftovers... nothing fatty or with oils). Their favorite food, by far, is meat. For example, I may throw out: kale and berries, or a whole watermelon and whole head of cabbage, or a handful of turkey meat and veggies Their "grain" feed is the following: Hemp seeds Millet Flax seeds Hulled sunflower seeds Chia seeds sesame seeds seaweed. Obviously you can tell I don't like to feed my chickens corn, soy, or wheat (on the fence about this one). I'm trying to feed them close to a natural diet of their ancestors, which would be mostly seeds, fruits, vegetation and meat (bugs, dead animals, rodents, etc.). My question is regarding the seeds I feed them as supplement... are any of the items redundant (not that that would be pad, per say)? Bad for chickens? etc. Thank you very much for your time.