Can you feed alfalfa pellets to chickens?
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Thereof, can you feed rabbit food to chickens?
FEED THEM WELL! My chickens eat a basic diet of scratch grains and rabbit pellets. I feed rabbit pellets because lay ration contains dead ground up chickens and often lots of weird chemicals and stuff they don't need. A good supplement, if you can afford it, is that pelleted food for caged birds like parrots.
Similarly, can I feed my chickens lentils? Seeds such as sprouted lentils are healthy and carry no risk of poisoning. To make them safe for both humans and chickens, beans should be soaked in cold water for at least five hours - preferably longer. Once cooked, they can be added to any recipe or given to your hens.
In respect to this, can chickens eat timothy hay pellets?
Mold spores can kill your chickens. Hay tends to compact but it also allows feces to fall under it so the chickens are not walking on their own feces which can cause bacterial and fungal infections. Timothy Hay-Timothy hay is a higher quality hay that can be used the same as regular hay for bedding and nest boxes.
Can rabbits eat alfalfa pellets?
Pellets should make up less of a rabbit's diet as he or she grows older, and hay should be available 24 hours a day. Alfalfa pellets are fine for younger rabbits but timothy pellets are preferred for older rabbits.