Yes, chicken can eat raw avocado flesh only, but never the skin or pit. Only feed your chickens raw avocado as a treat every so often, as too much can cause the buildup of toxins in their diet or cause issues that prevent them from digesting other healthy nutrients they get from other sources.
Chickens can eat squash skin but it’s best to remove it before feeding the plant to them. Squash skin is hard and tough and could injure the chicken’s beak. Peel the skin off of the squash and cut it into pieces before feeding it to your chickens whenever possible.
Chickens can eat whole pecans. They will peck at them until they get through the shell and to the flesh inside. However, you should not give whole pecans to chicks. This can prove to be dangerous, and you may find that your chicks just disregard them anyway.
Chickens cannot eat walnut shells. Unlike many nuts that you may feed your chickens, walnuts have unusually tough shells. Even if they have been crushed, you run the risk of sharp edges. These edges can cause tearing to your chickens’ digestive system.
Chickens can, and will, eat your pumpkin flowers. However, if you are keeping your chickens in the same area as your pumpkin plants, you should note that it’s unlikely that you’ll get pumpkins. Even pecking at the flowers can damage them to the point that they develop further.
Chickens can eat crab guts. They can eat them both cooked and raw. The key is to feed them in moderation. You also need to make sure that after feeding it to them that there are no remnants left in their coop. These will spoil and put your chickens at risk.
Chickens can eat seaweed sheets, but they should be unseasoned. If the seaweed sheets that you have have additional flavor added to them, you should refrain from feeding them to your chickens. With unseasoned seaweed sheets, it’s easy to add it to your chickens’ existing diet.
Chickens can eat rabbit meat, both raw and cooked. If you are feeding your chickens raw meat, make sure that it has been cleaned properly and has not spoiled. If you are feeding your chickens cooked rabbit meat, avoid anything that was cooked with high levels of sugar or sodium.
Yes, chickens can have wild plums. In any variety, plums are healthy for chickens to have as a treat now and then. The only problem could be that some wild plums could be rotten. You would not necessarily know about this until your chickens get sick.
Yes, chickens can eat raw room temperature kiwi. You can either give them plain kiwi or mix in with other foods to give your chickens the variety they crave. Raw kiwi can also be served with a mixture of other fresh fruits. Chickens love this type of thing.