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"Get One, Give One" GIVEAWAY!

I have partnered with Scratch and Peck Feeds for another great Giveaway!  

Win TWO of each.  Keep one set for yourself
and give one set to a friend!

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 the following:

TWO BAGS of the 2lb bag of Naturally Free Layer

TWO BAGS of the 6 oz bag of Cluckin' Good Grubs


TWO Logo Trucker Hats
 (Because let's face it, trucker hats are fun!)

Why TWO of everything? Scratch and Peck Feeds and I are hoping that you keep one set for yourself and give the other set to friend.  Why not spread the love?!

To enter the giveaway is easy!  
In the comment section below tell me the name of one of your chickens. 
To participate you must live in the United States. 
Winner will be drawn at random.  
Contest ends July 5th, 2016 at 8pm PST.  

Good Luck and Thanks for Participating!  

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Use Coupon Code: chickinboots10 to enjoy 10% off select items:

Chick Starter Kit
Hen Supplement Kit
Cluckin' Good Cracked Corn
Cluckin' Good Fish Meal
Cluckin' Good Poultry Grit
Cluckin' Good Oyster Shell
Cluckin' Good Diatomaceous Earth
Cluckin’ Good Grubs
Cluckin' Good Herbs


  1. I have around 40 chickens but only 1 has a name. A silkie I rescued at an auction. My 4 yr old son named her Princess Leia!

  2. My new girl is named skye as she is supposed to lay blue eggs ,sky blue eggs. :

  3. Glenda! She's a three year old gold sexlink!

  4. My buff Orpington is named Goldie, short for The Golden Girl like the classic tv show.

  5. I have 21 girls and 1 roo. My little Mille Fleur d'Uccle roo is named Talmo. He LOVES his girls. :)
    ~ Ashley Hembree

  6. I have 6 chicks: Lucy, Pepper, Olive, Jade, Violet and Marigold. We just discovered Pepper is a roo so now we affectionately call him Sergeant Pepper!

  7. Snow White! I don't know why she got that name............ I just was like "she's Snow White!"

  8. We have Fred, Fillup, and Felicia. Then we named the rest after people based on their personalities. Haha

  9. We have over 40 chickens, many with names. But my favorite (at the moment) is one of our newest Ameraucanas. She was the lightest peep and has remained whitish-gray in color. And of course, that breed has such a "becoming" beard-like appearance, making them look old. So I named her Betty White, hahaha!!

  10. Replies
    1. We also have an Owlex and a Little Red Hen.

  11. My Easter Egger is named Reebawk! She is the most vocal of my girls.

    1. Congrats on winning the giveaway, Barbara! You won!! Please contact me with your mailing address and Scratch and Peck will send you your winnings!

    2. oooomygosh!!! Thank you Sarah! My girls will love the goodies and I will love the hat! Now to pick a friend to share with.

  12. Dingle, Stella, Thelma, Louise, Henny Penny,Henrietta, and Chickaletta ��������������


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