WINNER: Natural Poultry Feed Supplement

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The winner of October’s Natural Poultry Feed Supplement giveaway is: commenter

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— Stacy who introduced us to her flock:

My family and I have enjoyed our wonderful flock of 6 hens for just over a year now! We love each of their different personalities. One of my Americanas was broody and recently hatched one fluffy black chick from some borrowed eggs. A new adventure every day!

I had so much fun reading through the comments and learning about your ducks and chickens, and your family too! The number of feathered friends ranged greatly. There was the lady with one pet chicken that was a hoot and some of you had a couple of chickens and ducks… and at least one of y’all had 43 hens! It was all kinds of awesome to read the stories and share. Thanks!

The winner’s number was chosen by random.org. Wish I could give each and everyone one of you a prize to thank you for visiting and sharing! I seriously have a guilt problem when it comes to giveaways….

Hey Stacy, send me an email: jordanne(at)pathtofreedom(dot)com and claim your prize with a mailing address. (Also, please confirm if you’d like the soy or soy-free chicken formula) Thanks!

All those who didn’t win this time, check back for more giveaways. We’re hoping to have a contest at the beginning of each month for goodies for your home flock, herd, pets, or whatever! Help this site grow and share the link with your friends!

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Jordanne grew up as a farm girl living in the most unlikely of places -- the concrete jungle sprawl of Los Angeles. She lives on the Urban Homestead where she shares her life with a wacky and always entertaining menagerie of goats, ducks, chickens, cats, bees, and stray animals that land up on her porch. Her passions are the natural and sustainable care of animals and her knowledge lies in successfully integrating "farm" animals into the city lifestyle. Jordanne also contributes to her family's blog called Little Homestead in the City -- chronicling this bizarre, beautiful, and often hilarious journey they're on.

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