So far. Maybe when they're older. To be totally honest I’m not even sure this is a turkey. I’m a city gal. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! JavaScript is disabled. I kind of wonder how much nutritional value the pulp has after you've squeezed the juice out. Contributed by Nicole from Virginia. Click HERE! I'm not planning on trying this until my chicks are 8 weeks old. I use a manual, masticating (wheatgrass technically, but it handles just about everything) juicer so it's still pretty moist, but I'm not sure I'd make food for the family out of it. My hens gobble it up too. Using Pulp From Juicer For Farm Animals It can also add fiber to their diet which will improve digestion. After a couple of days it was still hanging around, so I decided I should put some food out. Pizza, Pits, Puzzles and Pumpkin Party Animals Play!, Sponsored Content, Contests, and Giveaways. In the evening I was in the kitchen making some carrot/celery juice for my daughter who was feeling a cold coming on. If so, I will add last & remove the other pulp. I don't get it? I use an omega vsj843q. Enter every day to increase your chances of winning! (No I'm not going to be one of THOSE Juice People) Carrots, apples, celery for the most part. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Looking for SHOW QUALITY d’Anver, Hamburg bantam, or sebright. Keeping ducks and chickens in same run but offer different coops? I place the pulp as bait in the groundhog trap adjacent to my garden. I feed the juicer pulp to my chickens and they just love it! Love it. I’m not sure if the wild bird has eaten the pulp or not. As I started to clean the juice machine and looked at the pulp container, I realized the bird could eat the pulp. Giving fruit and vegetable pulp to chickens at any age is a good thing, but if they're gorging themselves on it they may not be eating enough of their other foods and thus may not get adequate protein intake. Here’s a picture of the little guy (or gal) in our tree. Giving fruit and vegetable pulp to chickens at any age is a good thing, but if they're gorging themselves on it they may not be eating enough of their other foods and thus may not get adequate protein intake. They can definitely eat it. You can do so SO much more with your pulp. I’m not sure if the wild bird has eaten the pulp or not. You must log in or register to reply here. Too much pulp might slow the growth of baby birds who are still growing, and may reduce the laying rate of adult hens. My first thought went to bird seed and we happened to have some, so I set that out in the yard and went about my day. Nope, mine won't eat the pulp. We love … Of course! Or visit our Learning Center for articles on How To Raise Chickens. It all ends in the compost anyway whether the chooks eat it or not. Pizza, Pits, Puzzles and Pumpkin Party Animals Play!, Sponsored Content, Contests, and Giveaways. It's ground very tiny almost to a flour consistency when done, and I was thinking I might use it eventually as a mash for mornings perhaps? This has been extremely effective!! I gave the chickens carrot/strawberry pulp in an orange rind this morning...we'll see if they eat it. You also don’t want to be eating food that is void of nutrition, and in my eyes, that pulp from the juicer has very little nutrition once the juice has been extracted from it. As I started to clean the juice machine and looked at the pulp container, I realized the bird could eat the pulp. or will it be ok? I have a little lemon in my juice & am wondering if it will hurt them. Carrots, apples, celery, cukes, beets and grapes, strawberries, or blueberries - which ever are on sale. I used to just throw the pulp away or use it in my compost when I first started juicing (and some days I still may do that) but let’s talk about what you can do with your juice pulp. By all means feed it to your chickens, but personally I would keep it for yourself and use it! I just cut out the apple cores as I put them in, I have discovered that if they don't like it, its because they wont try it..lol And its usually the ducks who turn their noses up at it first. I gave the chickens carrot/strawberry pulp in an orange rind this morning...we'll see if they eat it. How should I know? Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Nothing goes to waste around here. Also, will a little ginger hurt them?? So, what's not to love? BTW I use a manual wheatgrass juicer for everything and it works fine. Enter every day to increase your chances of winning! If you also have a blender, you can throw all the good veggie/fruit pulp into some delicious smoothies or use it for baking. That’s just one example. I sometimes use it in muffins. So I scooped some of the carrot juice pulp onto a plate and took it out to our little friend. but i would love not to compost the pulp if the girls will eat it!!! my girls are 2.5 weeks old. He is still here this morning, so he must like our place well enough. BTW I use a manual wheatgrass juicer for everything and it works fine. so i am very glad to find out that i can use the pulp from my juicing for my chicky-girls!! For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Maybe when they're older. $100 Still up-for-grabs in our TSC / Amazon Giveaway! We JUICE here! Join BYC FREE here to see fewer ads, post questions, upload pics, & more! Contributed by Marie Rampino from Boston. A wild turkey showed up in our yard. It's a very small amount compared to all the other veggies & fruit in the juice. Can I eventually feed that to my chickens? I have a Hurom juicer. i will just have to remember to juice the lemon by itself so they don't get any!! i'm afraid to give them something that is bad for them!!! Keeping ducks and chickens in same run but offer different coops? You must log in or register to reply here. Give to Dog to Ease Constipation. But I always feel like such a wastrel when throwing away all that pulp that the juicer has ground up. It is the best! A little more elbow grease is needed, but I'm OK with that since what I'm looking for is low RPMs to reduce nutrient oxidation. A little more elbow grease is needed, but I'm OK with that since what I'm looking for is low … They are already scratching at cut up weeds, clumps of dirt and herbs we give them from the yard. For example, some people feed the pulp to chickens. Exhibition, Genetics, & Breeding to the SOP. JavaScript is disabled. I too juice every day! by Carey Avalon | Sep 28, 2012 | juicing tips | 12 comments. Easy to clean and very fine screen, no need to run through additional filter and hardly any foam. My girls don't seem too impressed with "juice-day"...? Is there a reason to wait until they are eight weeks old? Since I don’t have any proof that our bird eats juice pulp, I thought I’d post a video of some chickens who do eat juice pulp. Please help!!! Or visit our Learning Center for articles on How To Raise Chickens. Watch! My chickens enjoy it each morning! Looking for SHOW QUALITY d’Anver, Hamburg bantam, or sebright. This week our family encountered something that we never imagined was possible. Be careful not to give them any cirtus pulp - that is bad for them. Nope, mine won't eat the pulp. Very slow rpms (43) and very dry pulp. Join BYC FREE here to see fewer ads, post questions, upload pics, & more! So far. I've tried many times, but nope, no way. He’s not too keen on letting us humans get close, but I feel good knowing that I’ve provide some healthy nutrition should he need it. That might not seemed too far fetched for some of you reading this, but let me tell you we live in the middle of the city. In the desert. If you have other animals or live on the farm, you can take the opportunity to feed the pulp from the juicer to other animals also. So if you are afraid you are wasting food by throwing out the pulp from the juicer, if you eat it, it will end up in your toilet anyway! lol. $100 Still up-for-grabs in our TSC / Amazon Giveaway! Too much pulp might slow the growth of baby birds who are still growing, and may reduce the laying rate of adult hens. Of course! My chickens don't like pulp. They love it! Click HERE! So I scooped some of the carrot juice pulp onto a plate and took it out to our little friend. http://fit-juice.com/make-veggie-burgers-with-juice-pulp/, http://sketch-freeveganeating.blogspot.com/2012/03/juice-pulp-veggie-burgers-blueberry.html, http://www.all-about-juicing.com/burger-pulp-recipes.html, Exhibition, Genetics, & Breeding to the SOP. How long do you have to wait to give them the pulp? I started making veggie burgers wit the pulp. Bait for Groundhogs. 11 Ways to Use the Left-Over Pulp from Your Juice