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Win a Scratch and Peck Chick Starter Kit!


I have partnered with Scratch and Peck Feeds for a Giveaway!  

Scratch and Peck Feeds is based out of Bellingham, Washington. In 2012, they became the first Non-GMO Verified animal feed manufacturer in North America and in 2013, they stepped it up to become Certified Organic, the first feed manufacturer in the nation to hold both badges. To top it off, they ONLY produce Organic and Non-GMO feeds because Scratch and Peck wants to help lead this sustainable food movement by example.

This month Scratch and Peck Feeds will give one lucky winner a 
Chick Starter Kit!  

One winner will receive Chick Starter, Chick Grit, and Diatomaceous Earth.


The winner of the Chick Starter Kit will also receive 
a Scratch and Peck Trucker Logo Hat 
and 2 Logo Magnets!



To enter the giveaway easy!  
In the comment section below tell me what chicks you plan on adding to your flock this season. Contest ends March 5th, 2016 at 8pm PST.  Winner will be drawn at random.  To participate you must live in the United States. Make sure to check back here March 6th to see if you are the lucky winner.

Good Luck!  


Also, for the month of March Scratch and Peck Feeds is offering  ChickinBoots followers 10% off the items listed below!  The coupon is only valid for purchases made directly on their website.

Shop their store: Scratch and Peck Feeds
Use Coupon Code: ChickinBoots10

-Chick Starter Kit
-Naturally Free Starter 10lb & 25lb
-Chick Grit
-Diatomaceous Earth
-Cluckin’ Good Grubs
-Cluckin' Good Herbs



Thank you for participating!

Comments

  1. Hubby ordered some roosters and the hatchery is sending 2 rare breeds with them. I HOPE THEY'RE GIRLS!!! I'll snuggle them all anyway. Got their Scratch and Peck starter fermenting for their arrival this week!

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  2. I have 15 eggs incubating right now! 3 black australorps, 7 barred Plymouth rocks, 3 rees cream legbars, and 3 easter eggers! Thank you so much for the chance!

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  3. I'd like to get started with some free range chickens may even guineas since they're good for bugs in the garden and trees for them to sleep in are all over. Thanks a bunch

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  4. More little cochin bantams for my little roo named tater tot

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  5. Silkies and Olive Eggers are on my list of this year.

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  6. Loewen. Unsure. Limited supply. Checking in at Murdoch's next week.

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  7. I definitely plan on adding some silver lace wyandottes, created polish chicks, ameracaunas, buff orpingtons, and of course a silkie!

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  8. I will add Angela's chickens if she sends me some! ������

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  9. I plan on getting some Rhode island reds this year! Thanks for the chance, so very happy to have found your company!

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  10. I'm hoping to get speckled Sussex or Ameraucana chickens (have to talk my husband into adding a few more to our flock). We already have Ameraucana, black jersey Giants, Rhode Island Red and gold sex link.

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  11. I'm adding English Silver Laced Orpingtons! So excited!! My Silkies already love Scratch and Peck :)

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  12. I am adding a couple new breeds this year. Both silver and gold, laced wyndottes and speckled Sussex. Super excited bout these breeds.

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  13. I am adding the Americanas and some Wyndotts.

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  14. Rhode Island reds. Love the brown eggs.

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    1. Congratulations! You won the Chick Starter Kit, Scratch and Peck Logo Trucker Hat and magnets! Email me at sarahbarrera@gmail.com with your name and mailings address so we can send you your winnings.

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    2. Wow!!! Thank you. Send you and email.

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    3. Ok. Good english. I sent you an email from my yahoo account.

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  15. Rhode Island reds. Love the brown eggs.

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  16. Partridge Rock, Speckles Sussex, Buff Laced Polish and Easter Egger!

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  17. I raise exhibition chickens and have an NPIP flock. So I only add my chickies which are all large fowl breeds. I have WCB Polish and Dominiques. I also breed Cochins but sell most of those chickies to support my chicken habit. Brock, Brock!

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  18. We are adding about 9 different breeds this spring. We currently have French Black Copper Marans and different Olive Egger mixes in our incubator.

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  19. We are adding about 9 different breeds this spring. We currently have French Black Copper Marans and different Olive Egger mixes in our incubator.

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  20. I plan on adding whatever my hens produce. I am just waiting on a broody hen or two and off we go!

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  21. We are adding Easter Eggers, lavendar Orpingtons, Cochins, Frizzles and Jersey Giants!! Also have some turkey mixes on the way!!

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  22. This is my first year having chickens. I got the okay from the hubby to start with just a couple....... So I came home with 6, and then another 7! I have Silver Spangled Hamburgs, Olive Eggers, Cream Legbars, Blue English Orpingtons, a Swedish Flower, Rhode Island Reds, and Plymouth Rocks. He asked, "Is this it?" Of course I said "Yes". However, that wasn't the truth. I have 4 more Black Copper Marans on order! LMAO I'm addicted!!! I LOVE my chicks!

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  23. We will be adding 6 White Wyandottes, 6 Black Jersey Giants, and 6 Araucanas to our mixed flock of Rhode Island Reds, Buff Orpingtons and Barred Plymouth Rocks. My toddler is especially excited for the colored Araucana eggs!

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  24. We are going to be adding Mottled Houdans, black copper Maran and Mille fleur d'uccle to our flock this year. Can't wait :)

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  25. We are going to be adding Mottled Houdans, black copper Maran and Mille fleur d'uccle to our flock this year. Can't wait :)

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  26. We are getting some Jersey Giants to our flock.

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  27. I am planning on added some Buff Laced Polish, Cream Legbars, Bielefelders and maybe some Speckled Sussex.

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  28. We plan on raising our own chicks this year. Last year my daughter had a wonderful raising Lavender Orpington X Black Austrolorp cross chicks. This year we would love to add Lavender Orpington X Buff Orpington cross chicks.

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  29. I wanted to add some variety to my flock. I have ordered one of each of the following: Buff Orpington, Lavender Orpington, Black Frizzled Cochin, Mille Fleur D'Uccle, Blue Splash Marans, Buff colored Polish, Silver Laced Wyandotte, and a Buff Laced Wyandotte. I will have the most colorful brooder batch of babies!
    Karen Cady
    karencady1599@charter.net

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  30. I have added Cuckoo Marans to my already large flock(s) of chickens!

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  31. I have added Cuckoo Marans to my already large flock(s) of chickens!

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