Ask the Expert — Summer e-edition 2017

Ask the Expert — Summer e-edition 2017
Add to Favorites Using Apple Cider Vinegar How often do you use vinegar? How much vinegar per gallon of water? — Joe ************************** Hi Joe, Apple cider vinegar can be used in water for chickens to discourage slime build up and help your chickens stay healthy. It should be used at one tablespoon per gallon of water. If you have hard water you can double the apple cider vinegar. You can use it once or twice a week each week, or for one week straight per month. You can use either the pasteurized apple cider vinegar or the organic raw vinegar with the “mother” in the bottle. If you use the raw vinegar, then make sure to store it in a cool, dry location with the lid tightly closed. Hope this helps! _______________________________________________ Stopping Fox Attacks Do you have any tips or hints for foxes? I have one that’s thinning
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