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Sweet PDZ

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by 4boysmom, Mar 28, 2008.

  1. 4boysmom

    4boysmom Songster

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    Do any of you use Sweet PDZ for help with the odor? We started using it a couple of weeks ago & it seems to really help!
     
  2. apbgv

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    I have use it in the coop and in litterboxes. Really like it but the petsmart I use to buy it at no longer has the stateline tack shop:( So I am not sure what I will do this summer.
     
  3. chickenshadow

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    Love the stuff. Works for chickens, horses, and even people. Stall
    Dry is good too. Any feed store can order it for you in 50# bags for
    around $18 a bag.
     
  4. SandraChick

    SandraChick Songster

    Sweet PDZ's competitor is called Stall Dry...it is just as effective.

    I personally use Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth...but it's a preference.

    Sandra
     
  5. 4boysmom

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    We have bees & I heard the Diatomaceous Earth is bad for them.....anybody know about the sweet pdz and bees?
     
  6. Churkenduse

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    I used to us PDZ it was great, I stopped it was so far to go, but I am going today to get some.
     
  7. Faso

    Faso In the Brooder

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    Can someone explain how they used it? Did you put it in the run or in the coop or both? How much and how often do you add it???

    Thanks!
     
  8. jeffs1979

    jeffs1979 Hatching

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    You can get it at tractor supply.
     

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