Fresh Eggs Daily Coop Kelp Organic Chicken and Duck Feed Supplement 1LB

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Organic Coop Kelp helps to enhance the immune system, improve feather appearance, and help with weight gain in poultry. It also provides prebiotics which feeds the "good" bacteria in the gut and aid in digestive system health. Coop Kelp adds a wealth of vitamins, minerals and amino acids to the diet of backyard chickens and ducks. Organic Coop Kelp feed supplement also will improve egg quality by helping to boost egg production and result in bright orange egg yolks Omletand increased hatchability when added to daily feed. Feed to chickens and ducks from hatch to laying age and beyond to provide them with essential elements and minerals to enhance their well-being including Calcium, Copper, Folate, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Riboflavin, Vitamin K and Zinc. In a convenient 1 lb. canister. For supplemental feeding, add one cup per 40lbs. of feed or 1/2 teaspoon per cup of feed for small flocks. Can also be fed free-choice to your flock.

  • Daily Feed Supplement
  • Organic
  • High in Vitamins and Minerals
  • Benefits both Chickens and Ducks
  • Convenient 16 oz. Canister
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