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GIVEAWAY: Cluckin' Good Herbs!





I have partnered with Scratch and Peck Feeds for another 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 bag of Cluckin' Good Herbs!


Cluckin' Good Herbs is a blend of organic herbs and edible flowers that act as a natural insect and rodent repellent, stress reliever and laying stimulant for your poultry. Not only can you mix Cluckin' Good Herbs in feed, you can also sprinkle some in their run and nesting boxes!  





Included in the winnings is a Scratch and Peck Logo Trucker Hat!




To enter the giveaway easy!  
In the comment section below tell me your favorite herb to cook with. Contest ends May 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 May 6th to see if you are the lucky winner.

Good Luck!  




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

Comments

  1. My favorite herb to cook with is cummin. It adds zest to any dish!

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  2. Rosemary, goes good with chicken.

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  3. Mine is Rosemary, it can be used in so many dishes and smells amazing in potpourri also!!!

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  4. I love to cook with cilantro...It is delicious in most everything

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  5. I love to add fresh chives to my food.

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  6. I love to add garlic to just about any type of meat or pasta.

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  7. Cilantro! (when the girls don't peck my bush bald!)

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  8. Love cooking will dill

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  9. Just love rosemary... especially when it's infused with olive oil. Yum!

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  10. Just love rosemary... especially when it's infused with olive oil. Yum!

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  11. My favorite to cook with is rosemary.I grow my own rosemary, sage, thyme, chives, garlic, tansy, cilantro, dill, plantain and basil.

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  12. My favorite to cook with is rosemary.I grow my own rosemary, sage, thyme, chives, garlic, tansy, cilantro, dill, plantain and basil.

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  13. I cook with garlic in just about everything.

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  14. Rosemary is my favorite cause it taste great and smells great. :)

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  15. My favorite is Rosemary- fresh from the garden :)
    Thanks

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  16. Sage is my favorite herb makes it feel like the holidays all year round

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  17. Hm...... That's a hard one. I use lots of herbs in all kinds of cooking. Though Thai Basil is likely my favorite. I love its lemony taste!

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  18. I don't really have a favorite herb to coom with I use a variety but if I had to pick one I think it would be basil.

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  19. I don't really have a favorite herb to coom with I use a variety but if I had to pick one I think it would be basil.

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  20. What a great product for our chickens! I use a lot of Italian Seasoning when cooking. ;)

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  21. I love using thyme and rosemary the most when cooking.
    Thanks

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    1. Congratulations! You are the winner of the Cluckin' Good Herbs and Logo Trucker Hat from Scratch and Peck Feeds. Please contact me at sarahbarrera@gmail.com or message ChickinBoots on Facebook with your mailing address. Thanks for participating!

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  22. Chinese Restorative Herbs are readily available for the management of several conditions. For instance Ho Shou Wu is a really effective Jing herb for its cleaning quality. leaf mother

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  23. Basil in the summer and parsley all the time! ��❤️

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  24. My favorite herb to cook with is sage! I'll be growing my own to cook with this year, can't wait to make our favorite chicken and dumplings with fresh sage😊

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  25. My favorite herb to cook with is sage! I'll be growing my own to cook with this year, can't wait to make our favorite chicken and dumplings with fresh sage😊

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  26. Oh my....how to pick just one? I use basil, cilantro, and garlic. Growing dill this year... So will see where that takes me 😊

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  27. Oh my....how to pick just one? I use basil, cilantro, and garlic. Growing dill this year... So will see where that takes me 😊

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  28. I would have to say my favorite herb to cook with is basil! I absolutely love the smell and taste of it in recipes! When I plant my gardens basil has to be in them!

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  29. My favorite herb is lemon thyme

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  30. I have so many favorite herbs to cook with but choose cilantro.

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  31. I have so many favorite herbs to cook with but choose cilantro.

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