- I used to have a problem with slugs, especially destroying mature
plants just before harvest. I put in a small, very small pond, and
let it sit. Frogs and toads came, one species in the first year,
adding another two in the second year, each species taking its turn
to reproduce throughout the year. Slugs disappeared. So did
crickets in the immediate area. Now the little froglets and toadlets
can be found even out in the pasture grasses, nowhere near water,
munching on all sorts of insects.
On Aug 1, 2008, at 4:20 PM, Dieter Brand wrote:
> I will gladly take a few of those slugs
- -No, the chicken layer pellets are poultry feed for laying hens. It is grain based feed but if you want complete ingredients maybe check the label on the bag at your feed store. Steve G.
firstname.lastname@example.org, yarrow@... wrote:
> So are chicken layer pellets similar to Sluggo (iron phosphate
> pellets), which is sold as a nontoxic (to pets and wildlife) snail
> and slug remedy at about $5-10 (est.) a pound in the U.S.? What's in
> them? Do birds eat them, or do you need to hide them (as with Sluggo)?
> At 11:00 PM +0000 6/22/09, grannis04 wrote:
> ---Micheal, I don't know what a chicken later pellet would be but
> chicken layer pellets are fed to laying hens. This really works and
> is very inexpensive. A 50lbs. bag is about $12.00 here. Good luck,
> Steve G.
> > Steve, what is a chicken later pellet?
> > Michael
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