If you’re not feeding these 5 dietary supplements to your hens, you’re probably missing out on healthier eggs.
There’s no magic here, no hocus pocus (promise).
These are 5 ingredients you possibly already have in your pantry that you likely overlooked because nobody told you how important they are to guarantee the quality of your hens eggs.
See, here’s the thing:
Since people are becoming more sophisticated about where their food comes from, researchers have started to figure out how to make our food healthier for us without using chemicals and all that other crap.
They’re starting to look at a chicken’s diet to determine if there’s a way to create food that’s healthier for me and you without adding unnatural ingredients.
Pretty amazing stuff, huh?
Several new studies have been published that prove that when your hen eats a healthy diet high in antioxidants, vitamin A, and other nutrients, she produces eggs lower in cholesterol, bad saturated fats, bad bacteria, and other harmful agents that can effect YOUR health.
So, this is an episode you DEFINITELY don’t want to miss because it’s SO EASY to make these small dietary changes for BIG results.
- What to feed for increased vitamins in egg yolks
- Why antioxidants play an important role in your hen’s health (and what it means for you)
- How researchers measure the quality of an egg (which you can repeat at home)
- Which herb is a “no brainer” to feed your hens (you probably aren’t thinking of the right one)
Links we discuss:
I’d like to hear from you!
Do you think you’ll try feeding any of these supplements? Which ones? Leave a comment below!
Maat van Uitert is a backyard chicken and sustainable living expert. She is also the author of Chickens: Naturally Raising A Sustainable Flock, which was a best seller in it’s Amazon category. Maat has been featured on NBC, CBS, AOL Finance, Community Chickens, the Huffington Post, Chickens magazine, Backyard Poultry, and Countryside Magazine. She lives on her farm in Southeast Missouri with her husband, two children, and about a million chickens and ducks. You can follow Maat on Facebook here and Instagram here.