Ann Accetta-Scott homesteads on two acres in Washington State, raising poultry, goats, and rabbits. She is an educator and encourager of all who are seeking to live a more sustainable lifestyle. An is also the face behind the website A Farm Girl in the Making and author of The Farm Girl’sGuide to Preserving the Harvest.
The following lists contain plants toxic for chickens and other poultry. The degree of toxicity ranges from
slightly toxic to deadly. Much vegetation found in a pasture can be toxic to poultry when consumed.