The March/April issue of Chickens (Hobby Farms) has an article on safetly free ranging your chickens in your yard. A sidebar has a list of toxic plants. Most of these make sense... Buckeye Buttercup Clover Fireweed Foxglove Ground Ivy Hemlock Hemp Hyacinth Hydrangea Japanese Yew Jimson Weed Kentucky Coffee Tree Lantana Larkspur Lily-of-the-Valley Lupine Milkweed Purple Mint Nicker Tree Nightshade Ohio Buckeye Oleander Philodendron Rhododendron Rhubarb Saint-John's-wort Sudan Grass Tulip But clover??? That's safe for human consumption, unlike all of the others. I've read several posts where members recommend giving clover to their chickens, and my front lawn is full of it during the summer. Can anyone clarify this for me?