***NOT TO TAS, WA*** (Amaranthus hypochondriacus, Medicago truncatula, Brassica rapa, Chicorium intybus, Panicum miliaceum, Trifolium repens, Nasturtium officinalis, Medicago sativa, Beta vulgaris, Plantago coronopus, Rumex acetosa, Daucas carota, Brassica juncea, Brassica napus, Lepidium sativum var. crispifolium, Foeniculum vulgare)
A beneficial mix of hardy greens to give to your feathered friends. Either broadcast in pen & section off until grown, or grow in trays to put in pen for hens to peck at as needed (they'll go crazy over it!).
Contains Amaranth, Medic, Bok Choy, Chicory, Millet, Clover, Nasturtium, Alfalfa (Lucerne), Silverbeet, Minutina, Sorrel, Dandelion, Carrot, Mustard, Swede, Cress, Gai Choi, Fennel.
Note: Due to the lack of availability of some varieties of seed throughout the year, the contents of this mix may change slightly.
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