No Bake Chicken Treats!


Dec 6, 2018
I just came up with this, but it was heavily inspired from dog treat videos I had seen in the past (dont worry, I double checked every thing I gave my chickens)
Start off with crushing up a handful of cashews, they are the easier ones to break and normally split off into smaller parts. Then put them in a bowl

Get seven or eight almonds and crush them up into the mix. Add them to the bowl.

You can get peanuts as well and crush them up. Any nuts will do. I just used peanuts for this recipe.

Next I put in some chia seeds, extremely beneficial for the chickens.
Then mix it all up!

In a second bowl pour in some flour and peanut butter. Mix until the peanut butter is sticky but not so sticky that it sticks to your hand. A little should stick to your hand, but otherwise it should retain its shape. Make it into a small cube no bigger than two or so inches. Peanut butter us good for chickens but not an everyday treat as it is really fatty.

Next put the peanut butter ball into the nut/chia mix until it is covered. Do this for however many chickens you have.

Then freeze for fifteen or so minutes and boom! You just made some nice treats for your chickens. (Do not give them more than one per week, like I said, the peanut butter is really fatty)
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