Natural Remedies

Get Ready for Organic Coop Confetti

2018-05-16T09:22:08+00:00 Chicken care, Natural Remedies, Organic, Tips and Tricks|3 Comments

Because of our shared vision for healthier food and well cared for animals, we have partnered with Lisa Steele, the chicken expert behind Fresh Eggs Daily, to bring you (and your hens!) Organic Coop Confetti: Aromatic Nesting Herbs for Hens. The organic flowers have been used by Lisa for years, and we're thrilled to soon ...

Chicken Doo-Doo Driving You Cuckoo? Try DooKashi.

2017-08-10T17:11:56+00:00 Chicken care, Natural Remedies, Non-GMO Project Verified, Tips and Tricks|0 Comments

We love DooKashi. Never did we think that we would be so enamored by a company whose focus is eliminating animal poo odors, but what can we say, they’re doing it right! It’s why we’re so excited to now offer their DooKashi Poultry Brooder & Coop Deodorizer through our website. This awesome deodorizer will rid ...

Feed ’em Organic from Day 1

2018-04-12T12:31:14+00:00 Chicken care, Natural Remedies, Organic, Poultry Feed, Supplements|2 Comments

Most people generally accept that they have the option to choose organic when it comes to the food on their table. In fact, as more people seek authenticity and trust in the food they buy for their families, sales of organic products continue to grow upwards of 10% year-over-year.  Similarly, the trend for growing or ...

Make a Clean (Feed) Start in 2017

2017-09-19T14:22:54+00:00 Animal Feed Regulations, Chicken care, Farms and Suppliers, Natural Remedies, Organic|3 Comments

New year, new goals. This year Scratch and Peck Feeds resolves to take a stronger stance on organic outreach, including an even stronger approach to uniting with others to demand a clean food chain from start to finish. Lofty? Nah. Lofty is starting a Certified Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified animal feed company that works directly ...

Say No to Drugs; Say Yes to Clean Feed

2017-08-10T15:56:32+00:00 Animal Feed Regulations, Natural Remedies, Supplements|2 Comments

Something is happening in the agricultural industry, but it’s coming quietly—maybe so nobody will notice. On January 1, 2017, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is restricting the use of antibiotics in animals. This means farmers of food producing animals will need to find alternatives to treating their animals, such as improved housing conditions ...