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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by catterbug, Jan 19, 2011.
Can chickens eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches?
mine have....there was a bit of an argument between the person that was eating it and the birds that finished eating it...but yes they ate it
Mine have eaten pizza before.
oh yes ... its a favorite for my chickens. i give them just about anything. however i do scrap some of the sweet jelly off the bread. too much sweetness and sugar is not good for chickens. but....once in a while its delicious!
Yep... and it sure is funny to see peanut butter all over their beaks...
As a treat, occasionally. Jelly has a TON of sugar in it. I feed my birds food scraps, but it's never a lot of any one thing...unless we're talking veggies or fruits.
If you can eat it they can eat it.
Sure they can! There are very few things they can't eat, in moderation!
Mine eat just about anything I throw on the ground. The only thing they don't like are onion skins
There are a few foods not to feed:
* raw potatoes and peels
* citrus fruits
* rhubarb leaves
* apple seeds
* potato, eggplant, and tomato plants/leaves
* mistletoe or holly berries
* raw beans
* sweet pea plant
* stone fruit pits
Read more: http://www.grit.com/Life-at-Cobble-Hill-Farm/Common-Foods-and-Plants-Toxic-To-Dogs-Cats-and-Chickens.aspx#ixzz1BjimeJvJ