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- feed supplements, and watering and feeding equipment
- seeds and plants for growing poultry forage
- books on poultry raising, feeding, breeding and housing
Grow Your Own Poultry and Animal Forage
It is to your advantage to grow some food for the chooks as this will reduce feed bills and also provide the
chickens with a healthy, varied diet. The chickens will be happier provided with both shade and entertainment.
Combine poultry forages with your orchard by simply placing extra plants for chicken forage in amongst the
fruit trees. The orchard will need to be well established before the chooks are allowed to free range to
prevent damage to young trees. A continuous groundcover should always be present, if the ground is being completely
bared, then you have too many chooks for the area. In urban areas where space is limited then plant your chook
forages in the chicken run, but give protection from the chooks and their continuous scratching. Scattering logs,
concrete pavers or rocks across the top of the root zones will help prevent the roots being damaged by constant
scratching. Alternatively you can fence off part of the run to allow time for plants to establish. A chook system
with multiple runs will allow you to cycle crops of greens for the chickens, in rotation.
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Poultry Care Kit Save $8.50
Not to TAS or WA
Perennial and/or highly nutritious plants which will provide some of the essential requirements your chickens
need, improve their health and reduce your feed costs. The PeckaBloc provides a full range of essential nutrients
and grit for your chooks and other birds.
5 x Comfrey root cuttings
Clucker Tucker™ Seed Mix
(for growing the Clucker Tucker™)
PeckaBloc (small size)
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Natra-Kelp Liquid Seaweed For Animals
Natra-Kelp Liquid Seaweed is a supplement for your animals, providing a wide range of vitamins, minerals,
trace elements and amino acids. Made from sustainable Southern Tasmanian Bull Kelp (Durvillaea potatorum),
it can be administered orally, mixed with food or in water. The bacterial fermentation process used to
liquefy the kelp increases the digestibility and palatability of the liquid and maximises the nutrient
content. Improvements in animal health can include increased resistance to internal parasites, improved
condition of coat or feathers, and higher quality of products such as milk, eggs or meat. Recommended for
dairy and beef cattle, horses, calves, sheep, goats, deer, pigs, poultry, dogs and cats. This kelp is not
readily available in the retail market but is used by organic farmers internationally. Dosage rate
information included on bottle.
My experience with Natrakelp liquid seaweed has been twofold - with my working sheepdog stud 'Campaspe Working Dogs',
and as a farm manager with commercial sheep and cattle. Initially I began using Natrakelp with my dogs and pups, with
such great results that I then began experimenting with sheep.
The results with the dogs were a complete absence of fleas even in breeding and rearing conditions, and a vast reduction
or elimination of worms (or the effects of worms). For over 10 years, and probably nearer 15, I have not treated a single
dog for fleas, and only very occasionally have I treated dogs with chemical worm treatments. This includes pups. My pups
are virtually never wormed in their entire life, and look shiny and healthy.
The dogs or pups I have had to treat for worms are those I have purchased from other people, which have not been fed with
Natrakelp. I certainly do not claim that Natrakelp will instantly rid a sick dog of worms, but over time it certainly
allows the animal to overcome them in the majority of cases (no doubt some sickly animals for genetic reasons or such like
will not be able to be helped).
And most importantly, Natrakelp is improving the dog's overall health in all sorts of unseen ways, instead of being
detrimental to it as is the case when toxic chemical treatments are applied.
After seeing the great and obvious benefits with the dogs, I then began using Natrakelp with sheep, to the point where I
also eliminated all use of chemical worming of lambs and sheep. It is impossible to claim all the benefits are due to
Natrakelp, as I also fed the livestock many other minerals which were also no doubt important, but I feel the Natrakelp
plays a major role. When seaweed was available along with many other minerals in individual mineral, adlib feeding, so
that the stock could choose exactly which minerals and how much to eat, seaweed was consumed more than any other mineral.
And the new trials showing improvements in feed conversion etc., from the addition of Natrakelp to the diet, are a great
testimony to its benefits.
Personally, I believe that Natrakelp is a great aid in the breeding and rearing and production of any livestock, and it
is a major part of my supplement program, and of my recommendations to my clients in my farm consulting business.
Other useful forage plants for chickens can be found here: