I bought this in December after the housing order came in for bird flu. It keeps the girls entertained when they would usually be free-roaming. We have one at each end of the run.
The reviewer has 2-4 2 Ex-commercial and pets
My chickens love their new pendant peck toy which keeps them entertained for hours.
The reviewer has 6-8 pets
Great for entertaining greedy chickens ☺️ Mine have taken to them and live jumping up to peck the treats. Simple but great idea, I’ll buy the ones that stake in the ground too!
The reviewer has 6-8 Wellsummer, Orpingto pets
Bought this as a Christmas present for my girls and they love it. With 9 little Pekin Bantams it makes the treats last a little longer whilst they work at getting them out. Easy to fill and hang up. We all love it.
The reviewer has 8-10 Pekin Bantams pets
It took our 'suspicious' ladies just 1 day to realise this was full of nice nibbles; now I fill it up every few days. It's an excellent 'enricher' during their own Bird Flu prevention lockdown (DEFRA legal requirement), giving them something extra to peck at. Easy to refill etc.
The reviewer has 1 Chickens pets
Santa brought this to the hens and it has turned out to be their favorite present. The 1st day they were scared of it but the 2nd day they emptied it. All 10 of them hanging around it. They love it! I love watching them love it. I will be buying several more so they all can have a turn pecking at it. Buy it! Your hens will thank you.
Quick delivery and my girls love it.
The chickens just love pecking around on the toy pendant.
This is amazing, my girls quickly learnt how to peck at it to release the corn and it provides lots of entertainment.
It is well designed with holes in the bottom so all the corn/treats you put in can fall out. (Just be careful not to get it wet as the corn sticks then.)
I would absolutely recommend this, it’s a great purchase and will provide fun and enrichment for your girls :)
My chickens love their pendant peck toy. I put chicken scratch or treats in it and they take turns pecking at it. One of my chickens has learned to grab the string with her beak and shake it to get the treats to fall on the ground. It’s so fun to watch!