Vikas Kapoor wrote:Cutting a slug with scissors was painful to watch. If slug is not their food why somebody wants to force/teach them to eat one. I do not mean to offend you but any reason behind this experiment?
In certain parts of the US, the number of slugs is so high that people struggle to grow gardens.
Normally, a hen will teach the chicks to eat slugs, but most people raising chickens get the chicks from a hatchery.
Joined: Oct 13, 2005
Agree: the slug is a normal part of a chicken's diet. So would all our seeds be . . .