Plants for chickens
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Pigweed (Amaranthus Spp.) Edible parts: Young leaves can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach, sautéed, etc. Fresh or dried pigweed leaves can be used to make tea. The seed is very small but easy to harvest and very nutritious. The flavour is greatly improved by roasting the seed before grinding it. Pigweed seed can be ground into a powder and used as a cereal substitute, it can also be sprouted and added to salads. The seed is very small but easy to harvest and very nutritious.
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Weed Identification Guide Lamb's-Quarter Type: Broadleaf annual Size: To 4 feet tall and 18 inches wide Where it grows: Landscape and garden areas in sun or shade Appearance: Scalloped leaves have gray undersides. Control: Mulch to prevent it; pull plants by hand or use a post-emergence herbicide.