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How to Grow Sprouts In A Mason Jar For You Or Your Chickens

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Sprouts are great for us and our lovely chickens. They are full of nutrients and much-needed sustenance. You can use sprouts in your every day foods, I prefer them in salads It gives the salad a great crunch and taste.

How to Grow Sprouts In A Mason Jar For You Or Your Chickens — Sprouts are great for us and our lovely chickens. They are full of nutrients and much needed sustenance. You can use sprouts in your every day foods, I prefer them in salads It gives the salad a great crunch and taste.

For chickens these are a great treat over the winter months when there isn’t a great deal of greenery around. It couldn’t be simpler to grow these sprouts all year round.

I have been eating sprouts like this for 3 months now and I can honestly say I feel a difference. You get way more nutrients eating sprouts than other vegetables you can buy for a small fortune.

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How to Grow Sprouts In A Mason Jar For You Or Your Chickens — Sprouts are great for us and our lovely chickens. They are full of nutrients and much needed sustenance. You can use sprouts in your every day foods, I prefer them in salads It gives the salad a great crunch and taste.


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