• You may wonder can chickens eat corn cobs? Yesthey can. They can be used to make a nutrient-richactivity treat. This treat is high in protein that will helpto keep them active and warm through the colder months and fightboredom if they need to be confined.

  • Corn: Yes. Chickens love to peck at an earof corn once you are done with it! They can havecorn canned, frozen, fresh or on the cob and theywill eat it all.

    Similarly, can ducks eat corn on the cob? I give my ducks whole kernel corn. Butpeople say it is easier for them to digest if it is cracked.Whatever you are most comfortable feeding your ducks, pleasedo. But corn (cracked or whole) is a food they reallylove.

    Simply so, can you feed corn cob to chickens?

    Corn. You can either feed sweetcornto them loose, mix it in with their pellets, or you can feedit to them straight from the cob.

    Do chickens like sweetcorn?

    Chickens love sweet corn. Open acan of corn and watch them go nuts eating it all up.Cooked or uncooked, they love corn on the cob. no itdoes not need to be cracked, as long as they have access tosome form of grit.

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