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GIVEAWAY 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 your favorite chicken breed. Contest ends April 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 April 6th to see if you are the lucky winner.

Good Luck!  


Also, for the month of April 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!

Also, Scratch and Peck is asking their fans and customers to post photos of them wearing their S&P hat on their Facebook page.  Come show them what you've got!


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  2. The Naked Neck Chicken

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  3. It is so hard to pick just one (like picking a favorite child! LOL) but if I have to choose, it would be a breed I don't have, the Marans. I would so love to have rich deep chocolate eggs in my nest box.

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  4. Hard to pick one... Our Silkie is the sweetest, our Polish makes us laugh the most and our Easter Egger is the most curious. We love Scratch & Peck feed, wish a store carried it around here, for now we have it shipped!

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  5. My favorite is the Dominique! They have the best personalities!

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  6. Buff Orpingtons are my fav. They are so calm and collected. When you need to pour out your troubles, they are great listeners too!

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  7. I couldn't possibly pic ONE what kind of crazy chicken lady can do that!?!

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  8. Right now my Speckled Sussex hens, but I really would like to add Buff Orps at some point :)
    Darlene

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  9. Salmon Faverolles because my kids call them "Salmon flavored chickens"

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  10. Australorps! Hardy, friendly, productive layers. 👍🏻

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  11. My buff Orpington. If I don't pay attention to her she jumps up and nips my back.

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  12. I am in love with Lavender Orpingtons. So beautiful and docile too!

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  13. I would have to say my favorite breed are the silkies! They are just too adorable. Although I do love a good backyard mix, which is what most of mine are!

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  14. Awesome giveaway, I love the story behind it! My fav chicken breed is the new hampshires , that are docile and lay beautiful brown eggs.

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  15. I don't know if I can choose! But for exciting giveaway purposes, I will say... my favorite hen right now is a New Hampshire Red! I can tell her apart from her 3 sisters because she her comb flops over, hence her name Flopsy! She is faithfully nearby whenever I am outside, and likes to be held and petted.

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  16. I love my little birchen Japanese bantam, we just recently picked her up and she's been such a pleasant surprise. She's friendly and docile and so sweet.

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  17. I love too many to just pick one. But the breed that is most special to me would be the Golden Sex link. Had one in our first batch of chick's we bought and she was the sweetest, best yard helper ever. She lived to be 7 1/2 and tried sitting on a clutch of 17 eggs her last summer with us. Broke our hearts when we lost her.

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  18. Wyandottes.
    Such a plethora of lace colors to admire!

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  19. My favorite is Buff Orpington, however I would love to have a Lavender Orpington too!

    Dyan

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  20. It is hard to choose a favorite. I really love my little flock now of Rhode Island Reds, black sexlink, and blonde sexlink. We are adding chicks that are black sexlink, Wyondottes, Polish, Orpington, and a mystery chick. I think all chick chicks bring something special to our family.

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  21. Buff Orpington!

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  22. My favorite breed is probably modern game bantams. They are such characters, and can be very loving.

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  23. My favorite breed is California White.

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  24. We have a Buff Orpington who is the sweetest girl! She loves to be held & cuddled. My 5 year old loves her, too!

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  25. I love my Polish & Dominiques. But I would have to say my favorite are my Cochins personality can't be beat plus they are too damn cute.

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  26. I love my Polish & Dominiques. But I would have to say my favorite are my Cochins personality can't be beat plus they are too damn cute.

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  27. My australorps are definitely my faves! They are super social and maybe even a little needy, lol!

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    1. Congrats, Tiffany! You are the winner of the April Scratch and Peck Giveaway! Please email me at sarahbarrera@gmail.com or message me on Facebook with your mailing information.

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  29. Our golden sex link, Eggatha Christie, is fantastic! She has a new hobby of untying your sneakers when you aren't looking.

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  30. Our golden sex link, Eggatha Christie, is fantastic! She has a new hobby of untying your sneakers when you aren't looking.

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  31. Kristen M ArmeniaApril 1, 2016 at 2:00 PM

    Buff Brahma bantams, so fat and fluffy

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  32. I love my "Easter Egg" chicks the best! But quickly followed by Welsummers! My girls follow me around all over the yard and we just cluck to each other!!!

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  33. Rhode island red

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  34. Rhode island red

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  35. Tough question-probably my blue copper maran! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  36. Love my Buff Orpingtons. So sweet!

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  37. Can`t get enough of my Buckeyes! I LOVE the breed.

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  38. I love my ameracaunas! Gotta love the variety they add to your egg baskets

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  39. Like a lot of people it's hard to pick one but my special one would be bantam cochin

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  40. My favorite is the Serama Chickens!

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  41. Love Buckeye chickens!-----Hannah 3rdtimesthecharmfarm@gmail.com

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  42. New to this world so I don't know many. I like the Rhode Island Red.

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  43. I love my Isa Browns. Out of all the chickens we have they are the friendliest and most dependable for eggs.

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  44. My California Grey's are affectionate, smart, chatty and wonderful layers. I love them with all my heart. They are the best girls I've ever had. ♥

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  45. Hands down.. the Buff Orpington! They are so sweet and friendly and have a great tempermant! They always come up to us and want us to hold them!

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