Sprouted Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass Juice Without the Juicer

No Juicer Wheatgrass Juice

Wheatgrass is healthy for your chickens as a supplement.  It is easy to grow inside, cheap, and healthy.  Not only is it good for helping winter chickens with green feed, but it’s good for you too.

Using a food processor and a nut bag strainer it can be juiced quickly and easily. Add an orange into the mix to make it more palatable and add some vitamin C.  Wheatgrass by itself tastes like, well, grass.  However, it’s not too bad with orange juice.  Add a small amount of water if it is too dry and blend it all together.

What’s left is a ball of green, fibrous, not so deliciousness and this goes to the chickens.  Chickens love it.

Did you see this article about growing greens to feed the chickens?  Grow some for you and the chickens!   We believe that having chickens is an integral part of an economic home.  Integrating many gears into a machine can multiply the outcome greatly.













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  1. This is an easy way to make wheatgrass juice. The orange is to help the juice taste better. Wheatgrass isnt very tasty that I can tell. I got a bag of wheat and started gropwing it. Sopak the seeds overnight then put them in a dish and rinse them every day or two. THen when they are 4 or 5 inches tall cut them and juice them. Keep several going for a steady supply.

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