Creative homesteaders are being aware of a free source of chicken food each Autumn. Having chickens is amazing. They make great pets, plus they provide all the free eggs you could ever need. And, most people who own chickens would agree that after a while, their chickens feel like part of the family. The only problem with owning this little guys is that they can be pretty expensive to care for. You have to make sure they don’t go wandering off, they need a safe place at night, plus you need to keep them clean and fed. And really, feeding chickens is a cost that can really add up!
Thankfully, there’s one time of year you don’t have to worry about buying chicken food. This autumn, instead of running to the feed store to pick up more chicken food, you can use this simple tip to get free chicken food!
It isn’t a very well-known fact, but chickens love pumpkins. In fact, they think it’s quite the treat. And, if you weren’t aware, during fall, there are quite a few places you can find pumpkins. If you’re getting a little worried about paying for pumpkins, keep reading! This guide isn’t about buying different chicken food, it’s about getting free chicken food.
After Halloween, there are hundreds of thousands of discarded or unused pumpkins just waiting to be thrown away. Everywhere from grocery stores to schools and churches have leftover pumpkins. You can visit these places to pick up their discarded pumpkins for free. And, your chickens will love them!
Visit the tutorial to find out more about finding and using pumpkins as free chicken food.
If you’re getting a little worried about paying for pumpkins, keep reading! This guide isn’t about buying different chicken food, it’s about getting free chicken food.
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