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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by cravenchx, Sep 25, 2011.
Do ya'll think this would be a good
Moss off our trees has a lot of bugs in it. I don't know about yours. You can use dry grass clippings, shredded paper, and other things (other than the standard pine shavings or hay) too. Hopefully someone else will respond.
I guess I was thinking about purchasing
from a chain store. But I don't know if
this has been treated. Or you know the
stuff you buy to put in planters, can't think
of the name of it right now?!?
Spagnum moss is used in gardening for a mulch to hold moisture.The idea is to soak it and it stays wet for days. Not a chicken expert but spagnum stays wet way to long for using with chicken for anything. I would stick to tried and true methods,pine wood shavings and hay/straw.
I used fallen pine needles in the nest boxes. The girls seem happy with them, and don't rearrange the nests.