#### Quana

##### Hatching
I need to know how to convert this probiotic for my baby chickens it's called flock pro chick boost probiotic directions for use is mix 10 g scoop in one gallon of water I need to know what 10 g scoop is in conversion form like teaspoon or tablespoons so I can get this mixed and give it to my babies please help me

#### ChickenCanoe

Are you using a US tsp or a metric tsp? Every dry measurement will have a different weight depending on what you are measuring. In general a tsp of salt is about 6 grams. Sugar will be less.
For your purposes, 11/2 tsp of the probiotic will probably be close enough.

#### Weeg

##### Crowing
There are 4 grams in a teaspoon. So if you need 10 g's per gallon of water, then 2 teaspoons, and a half teaspoon! Hope this helps! And in the future, you can just look up how many grams in a teaspoon, and then add to get that many grams per teaspoon, up to 10 grams! Good luck with you babies!

#### cmom

##### Songster
I need to know how to convert this probiotic for my baby chickens it's called flock pro chick boost probiotic directions for use is mix 10 g scoop in one gallon of water I need to know what 10 g scoop is in conversion form like teaspoon or tablespoons so I can get this mixed and give it to my babies please help me
I searched the internet and 10 grams equals 2.4 teaspoons.

#### ChickenCanoe

I searched the internet and 10 grams equals 2.4 teaspoons.
Again, that depends on the dry material that is in the teaspoon. They don't all weigh the same.

#### rosemarythyme

Do you have a small kitchen scale? Weigh out the powder on a paper towel, that'll give you the most accurate measurement. (Should add, remember to zero out/subtract the weight of the paper towel!)

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#### lysmandor

##### Songster
Also, the instructions you mentioned state there's a 'scoop' - did it come with a scoop?