How to Change Existing Structures into Chicken Coops
5 Seed-Producing Plants You Can Grow for Chickens
What to Expect from Free-Ranging Chickens

3 Natural Chicken De-Wormers You Can Plant

Nasturtium is a very common old-fashioned garden plant that has many redeeming qualities.

Nasturtium, nasturtium majus, comes in both annuals and perennials. Zones vary by species.

Bright, sunny, slightly spicy edible flowers are perfect to add to salads and for your chickens to eat. This is a great herb for chickens, combining antiseptic, antibiotic, and insect repellent qualities. Its seeds also have a natural de-worming attribute for chickens.

  • Add a Comment
  • Print
  • Share

Recommends

Promoted Stories From Around The Web

COMMENTS »
blog comments powered by Disqus
Water, Food, and Treats for Your Free-Range Chickens
4 Natural Insect-Repellent Plants for Your Chicken Garden
8 Common Predators of Your Free-Range Chickens
Common Hardscape Elements for Your Chicken-Friendly Garden
Daily, Weekly, Monthly, and Semi-Annual Chores for Caring for Your Chickens