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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by shaggy, Oct 14, 2009.
stalks from mustard greens
Not a clue...I have not found it yet...LOL...
at 6 months old, if it even resembles food, it is in their gut before you can realize it.
the only thing was eggplant....and it only slowed them down for a day until it was cut in half.
Beans, like leftover baked beans or bean soup!
Mine love cooked pinto beans, rice, oatmeal (thin, not thick), lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, melons of all kinds, yogurt, breads, strawberries, corn, etc. I have learned soft anything is generally better than hard anything.
However, germaine to your post:
They do not like raw or cooked carrots but I can mix pureed cooked carrots in with other stuff. Five of mine hate bananas, three of mine love them. Raisins are a universal "not a chance" with the whole bunch.
Cabbage & applesauce
Green beans, raw or cooked
Raw pumpkin, but they eat raw pumpkin seeds. They will eat cooked pumpkin if I mush it up, which is great for getting them to take worming powders!
metal fence posts. wooden fence posts beware.
Corn unless I grind it up! Spoiled!
Just introduced pumpkin... one group loved it, the others looked at me like I was crazy. They didn't touch it all day.