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Great £150 prize
Here’s a chance for you to win a fantastic selection of poultry products!
Durham Hens and Your Chickens have teamed up to offer this prize worth £150.
Durham Hens supplies hybrids, pure breed chickens, chicks and hatching eggs as well as coops and general poultry supplies. They also offer hen holidays and courses.
The company was voted Best Poultry Supplier 2013. The owners, Alec and Margaret Manchester, have many years experience of keeping and breeding chickens.
Their website includes a ‘Hen Health’ page with a symptom sorter and list of common ailments. This allows the reader to identify the possible causes of any problem and see what treatment is necessary. Margaret said: “This is the most visited page on our website, which just goes to prove how much people love their hens. If owners notice any changes in behaviour or signs of illness, they want to know what they can do to help.”
Durham Hens stock a huge range of health care products which can be purchased at their premises and through their online shop.
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THIS MONTH’S PRIZE INCLUDES:
Apple Cider Vinegar (tonic, antibacterial)
Battles Poultry Drink (tonic)
Barrier Scaly Leg Spray (scaly leg mites)
Battles Poultry Spice (winter & moult)
Gentian Violet Spray (antibacterial wound treatment)
Herb’n’Thrive (bacterial infections)
Nettex Ground Sanitising Powder (sanitises runs)
Nettex Poultry Nutri-Drops (for lethargic birds)
Respite (respiratory problems)
Shell Aid (improves egg shells)
Smite Organic Powder (kills red mites etc)
Verm-X Poultry Pellets (intestinal health)
Smite Professional (coop cleaner)
Red Mite Alert (detects red mite)
Johnson’s Anti-Pek (feather pecking)
Mixed Poultry Grit (digestion)
Two Nutri-Peck Blocks (prevents boredom)
MORE: Durham Hens can be contacted on
01388 731131 / 07763929686
or visit www.durhamhens.co.uk
How to enter:
See page 8 of the July issue of Your Chickens magazine