WIN! two bales of Fresh Bed for Chickens
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25 lucky readers to win two bales of Fresh Bed for Chickens worth £15.
Here is a chance to give your chickens a real treat, with some luxury bedding.
Twenty-five lucky readers will each receive a voucher that can be redeemed for two 50 litre bales of Fresh Bed For Chickens at participating country stores.
This is a natural, soft-straw bedding with pine oil for ultimate freshness and it’s now available in easy-to-handle, 50-litre bales to make light work of keeping hens warms and cosy. Dengie manufactures this great new product and has teamed up with Country Smallholding to offer these great prizes.
The bedding has been developed in conjunction with the British Hen Welfare Trust and every purchase helps to raise funds for this extremely worthy charity. Fresh Bed includes pine oil with natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, and is made from 100 per cent biodegradable, chopped, dust-extracted straw. It’s perfect for ex-commercial hens that prefer to snuggle down on the floor rather than use a perch. Easy to dispose of and quick to compost because it rots down much faster than wood shavings and pellets, Fresh Bed For Chickens provides a deep, comfortable bed for poultry and looks after the vegetables, too! Fresh Bed for Chickens is available in 50 and 100 litre bales with RRPs of £7.26-£7.74 and £10.92-£11.94 respectively.
* For further information on Dengie Fresh Bed For Chickens, visit www.dengie.com
To enter see page 5 in the Poultry section of our August issue.
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