White-Face Black Spanish chickens do not require a specialized diet that is different than other breeds. This is a good thing, since you can add this breed to your flock and feed them all the same food. Just remember that the feed you give them is of high quality and matches their stage of life.
Bovan chickens do well with the same type of high-quality commercial feed that you would give to other breeds. They should also be allowed to scratch and forage, if possible, for insects, grubs, and seeds. Give your birds fresh fruits and vegetables regularly to supplement their diet.
The best food for Orpington chickens will vary depending on their age and the reason why you are raising them. For example, if you are raising the birds for eggs, you will feed them a layer feed, while broiler feed will be used if you are raising them for their meat.
Australorps have stunning black feathers, which makes them more susceptible to heat stroke. Because of this, the Australorp will need access to shade no matter the time of day or the time of year. Another potential problem with Australorps is that the roosters can develop frostbite on their combs.
The best food for Isa Brown chickens is a high-quality layer feed that helps promote healthy egg production. You should also supplement their diet with turnip greens, kale, lettuce, chard, broccoli, beets, pumpkins, cucumbers, carrots, blueberries, strawberries, and watermelon.
Along with frostbitten combs and wattles, the other problems raising Leghorn chickens include their noisiness and high-energy. Because they are a noisy breed, the Leghorn is not a good choice for urban areas, and since they get bored fairly easily, you will need to provide them with lots of room.
No, chickens cannot eat passion fruit skin. The outer skin of passion fruit is not poisonous but it is very tough and the chickens will not be able to break through the skin to get to the fruity pulp inside. Cut the passion fruit in half before giving it to your chickens.
Chickens can eat blueberry muffins but it is not recommended. An occasional blueberry muffin will not harm your chickens but they should not be fed blueberry muffins regularly. The high amount of calories, sugar, and processed ingredients in blueberry muffins is harmful to chickens.