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    Add Garlic to Chickens feed to boots immune systems, control mites, lice, ticks & other parasites.

    • Irene Kusters Berney

      Garlic boosts immune systems, increases respiratory health and reduces mites, lice, ticks and other parasites. Garlic is a natural wormer & reduces the smell of chicken manure. 1. float whole, mashed cloves in your waterer, replace every few days. 2. offer crushed fresh cloves in a small dish free-choice. 3. add garlic powder to their feed (2% ratio). - from Fresh Eggs Daily

    • Fiji Born California Grown

      Add Garlic to Chickens feed to boots immune systems, control mites, lice, ticks & other parasites - one day when I have a chicken coop.

    • Jeremy Staser

      Fresh Eggs Daily®: Pumpkin Soup, Garlic & Nasturtium - Natural Wormers

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