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Competition: £300 of Easichick prizes to be won!

PUBLISHED: 10:58 09 April 2018 | UPDATED: 10:58 09 April 2018

The prize

The prize

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Try our great poultry bedding competition: 10 winners!

Have you tried easichick bacteria-free poultry bedding yet?

We are giving 10 lucky winners the chance to try easichick in this great competition.

Two winners will each receive an easichick branded jacket, two 10kg bales of easichick and prize packs worth £50. There are also eight runners-up prizes of two bales.

easichick is a unique dust free bedding treated with an organic additive making it biosecure and free from moulds and bacteria that can harm your birds and their eggs.

The bedding’s consistency means it doesn’t blow around, making it ideal for inside or outside your poultry house. It’s comfortable and absorbent plus is approved for organic use and is biodegradable so you can safely spread it on your land.

Jo Barlow, an enthusiastic poultry keeper from Cornwall and a writer for Country Smallholding, said: “I love everything about easichick. It smells fabulous, is environmentally friendly and biodegradable, it even makes my morning poo picking easy; there’s hardly any waste. I use it in the chicken’s woodland area for scratching after it has been in the coop. It provides the perfect place for the birds to forage and it rots down slowly.”

More: easibedding.co.uk/easichick

TO ENTER: See the April issue of Country Smallholding magazine

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