I just read a news article about Roxarsone (which is some kind of arsenic) in chicken feed, and the article stated that some children tested high for arsenic which was traced back to their family's chicken flock. The chickens ate the feed which had Roxarsone, the children ate the chickens' eggs, and voila, the children now had high levels of arsenic in their systems. This is the first I've heard of this issue, and I do have to say I'm concerned. I buy Blue Seal feed, and I don't even know if it has Roxarsone in it, but I'm thinking maybe it's worth it to make your own feed then? Has anyone heard of this issue before? Is it worth worrying about? And what can be done to buy food without these additives? Ugh. I thought this was such an unpolluted food source... EDIT: I'm going to move this over to the "feeding and watering" section. I didn't even see that section till just now. Maybe an admin will delete or close this one.