My flock consists of 3 girls and 2 boys. Breed is Blue Laced Red Wyandottes. They are right around 3 months old. They are healthy, live in a nice coop 22 hrs a day and free range for 2 every evening. My issue is, they will not eat any bugs I have yet to try and give them.......except Japanese beetle grubs. Which I would love to dig up by the tons but can't!! But otherwise, they just eat their chick starter and lots of kinds of garden weeds. I saw several YouTube videos of people capturing Japanese Beetles and then feeding them to their chickens. You see the chickens in the video just gobbling them up like candy. They say they are great protein for the chicks. Is this something they grow into? Or particular to a breed? I don't have to feed beetles to the chicks to get rid of them. I capture and then dispose of them all the time anyway. But I would love to have them help out in some sort of organic bug protection for the garden. Any ideas out there from the vets out there in chickenville?