May 17, 2013

Omega Ultra Egg Product Review

When Omega Fields contacted me last August and invited my chickens to try their Omega Ultra Egg, I had lots of questions about the product before agreeing to it. After my preliminary inquiries were satisfied, I agreed to test it out in my flock.
When Omega Fields contacted me last August and invited my chickens to try their Omega Ultra Egg, I had lots of questions about the product before agreeing to it. After my preliminary inquiries were satisfied, I agreed to test it out in my flock. I was somewhat skeptical that a feed supplement could have a visible effect on my flock since my birds free-range, which allows them to select their diet from the best nature has to offer, their eggs already boast dark orange yolks and I wondered how much more a feed supplement could benefit them. What I did not realize was that Omega Ultra Egg could also benefit my health.
I was somewhat skeptical that a feed supplement could have a visible effect on my flock since my birds free-range, which allows them to select their diet from the best nature has to offer, their eggs already boast dark orange yolks and I wondered how much more a feed supplement could benefit them.
As is my usual practice, I asked what the claimed benefits were and whether they had any scientific research to support those claims. Omega Fields was willing to share their research with me after I signed a lengthy “non disclosure agreement” as the documents contain trade secrets and confidential company information. I came away from reading the research satisfied that the product’s benefits were backed by scientific data, but I still wanted to know whether there would be any visible difference in the eggs or my chickens. Only time would tell.

Let’s look at some of the questions I had of Omega Fields and the answers given to me.

Q: What is Omega Ultra Egg?
A: It’s a feed supplement that is made from human-grade, non-GMO, stabilized ground flaxseed high in Omega-3 with folic acid, Vitamin E, and Vitamin B-12 added.

The process Omega Fields uses to stabilize the flaxseed is critical because flaxseed spoils very quickly and its health benefits are known to diminish rapidly without it. 
 It’s a feed supplement that is made from human-grade, non-GMO, stabilized ground flaxseed high in Omega-3 with folic acid, Vitamin E, and Vitamin B-12 added.
Q: How is it used?
A: The product can either be added to layer rations daily (1/4 cup per every five birds) or provided as a free-choice supplement in a separate dish.  Following these recommended amounts will result in Omega-3 enriched eggs containing: 300-350 mg (total) Omega-3 per egg (based on a 50 gram egg). According to poultry nutritionists at Purina Poultry, “...a typical egg provides a mere 65mg of Omega-3 fatty acids..."1
 The product aids in the formation of strong eggshells and magnificent feathers.
Q: What can it do for my chickens?
A: The product aids in the formation of strong eggshells and magnificent feathers.

Brilliant plumage? This one I had to see to believe- and I DID!  If you follow my Facebook page, you are already familiar with Rachel, my Bantam Cochin Frizzle. Rachel is not new to my flock,  yet within the past six months people have begun taking notice of and raving about her beauty. She has become the center of attention daily with thousands of admirers eagerly awaiting her photo-of-the-day. I can attribute one difference to her care and feed management over the past six months- the addition of Omega Ultra Egg to her feed.  Rachel is not alone in her radiance either- the difference in the plumage of my chickens is striking.
The product aids in the formation of strong eggshells and magnificent feathers.
The product aids in the formation of strong eggshells and magnificent feathers.
The product aids in the formation of strong eggshells and magnificent feathers.
Q: What can Omega Ultra Egg do for eggs?
A: Hens consuming the product lay eggs that contain eight times more Omega-3 than eggs from hens not fed the supplement. Omega Ultra Egg preserves egg flavor, aroma and nutritional value.

“Despite its apparent nutritional perfection, the egg can be enhanced by improving what is fed to the hen. Hens are very good at incorporating what they eat into the developing egg.” 3
Hens consuming the product lay eggs that contain eight times more Omega-3 than eggs from hens not fed the supplement. Omega Ultra Egg preserves egg flavor, aroma and nutritional value.
The one question I didn’t think to ask about the product was: “What can Omega Ultra Egg do for me?”  The research I read reinforces what we have been hearing on the news about the importance of Omega-3 fatty acids in our diets for years: they help reduce the risk of heart disease, certain cancers, autoimmune disorders, diabetes and more, which is amazing IF your diet contains the levels necessary to reap those benefits.2  One study estimates that a full 50% of Americans are deficient in their Omega-3 dietary intake.4  If I can reap the health benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids by eating fresh eggs produced in my backyard by my pet chickens while  avoiding a drastic change in my diet or purchasing expensive fish oil capsules, I’ll take my Omega-3 over-easy, please. Save a fish- eat your Omega Ultra eggs!
I incorporate Omega supplements into treats recipes for my chickens whenever possible such as in  my Flock Block Substitute, and Peeps' Pumpkin Pie.
I incorporate Omega supplements into treats recipes for my chickens whenever possible
I incorporate Omega supplements into treats recipes for my chickens whenever possible such as in  my Flock Block Substitute, and Peeps' Pumpkin Pie.
4 “Dietary Reference Intakes for Energy, Carbohydrate, Fiber, Fat, Fatty Acids, Cholesterol, Protein and Amino Acids”, 2005. Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, Washington, D.C.

Product Review Notes
I occasionally receive products from sponsors to review as I did in the case of Omega Ultra Egg. I feel it important to test products so that I can speak with authority as to how the product works and share my opinions about it: good, bad or indifferent. My reviews are always fair, thorough and honest. If I have a problem with any product, I tell you about it in my review because that’s what integrity requires, not because I didn't pay for it. Every sponsor who has ever asked me to review one of their products has told me in no uncertain terms that they want my honest assessment and that is what they get from me. Those are the types of good, honest companies I affiliate with and I hope you will too.
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206 comments :

  1. Please include me in the giveaway - I'm headed on over to Omega now...the girls would love this!

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  2. We've just started using this ourselves, and it does seem to make the yolks look better, along with the other tasty treats we give them. They are what they eat...and their eggs are what they eat!

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  3. Thanks for all you do for our chickens!

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  4. I have been looking for this locally but couldn't find it, so I use whole flaxseed instead. Would sure love to see my tsc start carrying it! Thanks for the giveaway, Kathy!

    Andrea politicaldish@gmail.com

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  5. anything I can do to make my delicious eggs more healthy and my hens as well, I'm all for it!

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  6. I am SO excited to see this post!!!! I have been knee deep in chicken feed research this morning and everything is so confusing BUT THE PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING...er, the Omega Ultra Egg!!!!!!! I am ALL about before and after and your girls look fabulous!!! Can't WAIT to try some!!

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  7. thank you for the informtion; i will certainly try it. i am sure my birdies will appreciate it an added treat....

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  8. Was just researching a special grass blend rich in Omega-3s. :)

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  9. Lee Ann Lewin5/17/13, 10:15 AM

    Sounds awesome! We need all the help we can get to eat healthy. I am looking forward to eggs from home. No cockerels this year! LOL!

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  10. I'd love to try Omega Ultra Egg!

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  11. This is an excellent substitute for children that are lactose intolerant - Please enter me as well :)

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  12. I give my hens scraps, but I have not cooked for them! I bet they would love your recipe!

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  13. Amber Curtis5/17/13, 11:21 AM

    Awesome review. I will definitely look for this product at my local feed store when my chicks are bigger. Since I'm new to the chicken world, this post also introduced me to some treats I can make for the chickens. Yay! Thanks.

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  14. I would really LOVE to try Ultra Egg ina month or so when my chicks are old enough. I will try it but it would be nice to win it.

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  15. I'm new to keeping chickens and looking for food recommendations brought me to your page. I can't wait to make the flock block substitute. I've liked OMEGA FIELDS on Facebook and you on there too. Thank you so much for your blog!

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  16. Thank you for all of the information you provide! I will definitely be introducing this to my flock!!

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  17. Maris Toalson5/17/13, 11:45 AM

    I'd love to win this!

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  18. This looks like a great product, and it has done WONDERS for your flock, Would love to see what it could do for mine.
    I have feathers crossed ;)

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  19. Corviddreams5/17/13, 12:05 PM

    My girls are not laying yet, but thanks for letting me know about this product. The whole point of getting my chicks was for healthier eggs. Well, that and because I am feeling broody, and my sons are grown men and don't need momma anymore. I needed some babies fuss over.

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  20. Since I am new to this 'chicken' thing I need all the information I can get! Thanks! Why did I wait so long to get chickens? They are my new form of entertainment. Love them.

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  21. Anything that would be for better health of my girls, I am interested in. Our joke is each egg is worth about $10.00 because I give them so many things.

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  22. Would love the opportunity to win this product for my girls. Thanks so much !

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  23. Maybe I missed it but is this feed organic?

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  24. Would love to try! You can really tell a difference in the way they look before and after! Thanks for another great giveaway!

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  25. Tracy Hicks5/17/13, 2:03 PM

    Thank you!! This is just the product I've been looking for! I have supplements for my horses that help them have a healthy, shiny coat and stronger hooves so something for the chickens that will do double duty; or in this case; multiple duties; would be fantastic! I have a small flock of 2 ducks, 2 Roos; (one is a frizzle Silver Laced Wyandotte) 4 laying hens and 2 "retired" Polish hens. They could all use the benefits of Omega Ultra egg. And with 8+ chicks arriving in a couple weeks I'll be ready for them once they move to the group coop.

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  26. Thanks for this giveaway! I can't wait till I have my chickies and pamper them with the flock block substitute! We get our hatching eggs after our vacation and I'll set them for a July 1 hatch... can.not.wait!

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  27. I am MOST impressed with the photos of the chickens after supplementing their feed. The differences in their appearances are remarkable, indeed. Gonna have to look for Omega Ultra next time I'm at the feed store! But I sure would love to WIN some! :-)

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  28. Dawn Morrison5/17/13, 5:08 PM

    I would LOVE to win this feed. Saw in the store, but couldn't pay the extra money.

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  29. Excited to try your Flock Block Substitute. Great way to give my girls more Omega 3. Thanks!

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  30. Elizabeth Sherrill5/17/13, 7:13 PM

    It's nice that there is someplace I can come for an honest review of a product.

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  31. Sounds like good stuff :)

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  32. Linda Warner5/17/13, 9:27 PM

    Wow. This sounds like a great product. Thanks for doing the legwork digging into the scientific studies. Plus seeing the effect on your flock was pretty cool.

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  33. Michelle Chun5/17/13, 9:50 PM

    Wow, Rachel look amazing. I will have to look into adding this to my girls' diet. Omega Fields makes an amazing product for horses, so I'm not surprised they've come up with something great for chickens as well.

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  34. TheChickenChick5/17/13, 9:50 PM

    This is a supplement, Lila, it's not a feed at all.

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  35. TheChickenChick5/17/13, 9:54 PM

    This is a supplement that would be provided in addition to chicken feed, not as chicken feed.

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  36. Looks great! Rachel is gorgeous. I'll be giving this a try. :)

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  37. KelseyakaRuralMama5/18/13, 12:38 AM

    I was wondering about the shinny feathers too! Sounds like a great product!

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  38. Thanks for the great review! I hope I can find out where to purchase the product by the time my chicks get to be layers!

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  39. Ah...very good. I misunderstood. There certainly is no denying the change in your girls' appearance in the short time you've been giving it to them! They're always stunning, in my opinion. Thank you for sharing this, you made a believer out of me!

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  40. Great results!

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  41. Would love to win a bag!

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  42. Would be super excited to give it a try. My chicken babies would love it and I also wanna make some flock blocks. So excited. Hope I win. Good luck everyone!!! ¦)

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  43. I was hemming and hawing over going ahead and splurging on a bag for making the treats, you've convinced me to go ahead with it :3
    I'll keep a photo journal and hope to see as good results in Hoss and Bertha as Rachel has had!

    (Secretly hoping I win a free bag as well ;-)
    fingers crossed!

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  44. I can't believe the difference! I've got to get some of this for my girls!

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  45. Love to try these product for my chicks! Serg

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  46. Kim Vonderharr5/18/13, 10:24 PM

    Great review and (as usual) really enjoyed reading it.

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  47. Would love to win this! My chicks should start laying around August. So excited!

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  48. How wonderful, I cannot wait to use this product on our flock.

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  49. Dilly is my 2 month of Frizzle. I would love to use this for her and her sisters.

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  50. Martha Waugh5/18/13, 11:41 PM

    I've never tried Omega Ultra Eggs, but I'm really impressed by the before and after pictures. I think my little flock would benefit from this. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

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  51. Hope I'm a winner, my girls would love to give it a try!

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  52. I would be thrilled to win this for my girls! Thanks! :)

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  53. I have been eyeing this at TSC, and wondering if it might be good for my coturnix quail as well as my chickens.

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  54. namenotreleased5/19/13, 1:10 AM

    Impressive photos of how improved their appearance is, would be interested to see if it is the food or that they were just young birds that grew up and naturally feathered out more?!

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  55. NewChickInAK5/19/13, 1:29 AM

    I really could use this with my girls. After the long freezing winter here in Alaska my hens are looking rough and so are their eggs. Can't wait to use this product and see the changes.

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  56. Hoping to try this with my chickens!

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  57. This is a wonderful product I would love to be able to give to my flock regularly. But winning some would not hurt the feed budget at all, would it? (BTW, I look forward to our Daily Rachel every day and yes, she is gorgeous and becoming a bit of a Diva isn't she?) LOL

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  58. That Omega Fields sounds great i am going to try a bag and hope my flock wins a bag. Than you for the info with pictures.

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  59. Really interested in trying this. I hope I win.

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  60. Sounds like something worth trying. I'm particularly interested in the better eggshells part. Still looking for a way to help mt hens produce eggs with better shells.

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  61. I have not seen this in my store. I would love to try this.

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  62. My earlier comment didn't show up...Liked them on FB. Would love to win this for my girls!

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  63. Can't wait to try this and your flock block recipe! Thanks for all the great info!

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  64. The difference in your chickens is amazing! I really appreciate the additional information on how it can benefit you as I struggle to get all of my omegas in naturally. Would be great to win but either way, I will be on the lookout for this!

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  65. Rebecca Pfeiffer5/19/13, 10:53 AM

    Would love to give this a try!

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  66. Donald Harvey5/19/13, 12:13 PM

    Please put my name in the hat to win

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  67. Constance Griffin5/19/13, 1:31 PM

    This product looks great! Thanks for sharing

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  68. Blair Martin5/19/13, 7:12 PM

    Would love to give it a try!!

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  69. This product sounds incredible. The before and after shots of your chickens are amazing and I will definitely be checking this company out. I appreciate your honesty in everything you provide on your site.

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  70. TheChickenChick5/19/13, 10:59 PM

    Karma sounds like a prime suspect! lol

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  71. TheChickenChick5/19/13, 11:01 PM

    Let me know how it goes, Melissa!

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  72. TheChickenChick5/19/13, 11:01 PM

    Thank you, Kim!

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  73. TheChickenChick5/19/13, 11:02 PM

    Absolutely!

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  74. TheChickenChick5/19/13, 11:04 PM

    Both of the birds in these photos were 3+ years old at the time of the "after" pictures and you can see the "before" pictures were only a few months prior to that.

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  75. TheChickenChick5/19/13, 11:04 PM

    Thanks Terri. Yes she is! LOL

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  76. TheChickenChick5/19/13, 11:16 PM

    Thanks Celeste. Omega Ultra Egg is not a feed though, it's a supplement that gets added to the feed you're already using.

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  77. TheChickenChick5/19/13, 11:16 PM

    You're in, Donald. :)

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  78. TheChickenChick5/19/13, 11:20 PM

    Thanks Stephanie!

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  79. Joyce Zaleski5/19/13, 11:57 PM

    My girls love this and I would love to win a bag for them. Thanks so much for all your helpful information. queenb@epix.net

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  80. how cool is that!? proof that you can either eat foods that make your health or take it away

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  81. love your website,i.m learning alot thanks

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  82. I am definitely going to start trying this product. Not only for my own health, but your chickens look amazing. Thanks for your review of this product and keep up the good work. You really help us newbies to learn.

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  83. I would love to try this with my chickens. The health benefits for them & me sound amazing!

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  84. I would love to try this product.

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  85. I just started getting ready to get some chickens. This looks like a wonderful product to get for them!

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  86. Wow! Rachel looks stunning!!!

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  87. Thank you for the review -- I am going to try this on "My Girls" -- anything that makes them healthier, makes them happier. :)

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  88. Monica Baute5/20/13, 10:30 AM

    This product sounds amazing, Will definitely be checking it out. Thank you for taking the time to try and review products. It is nice to know that someone who is trustworthy and honest has tried and reviewed the product. There are so many products available for livestock and chickens that reviews like yours are important to those of us who don't just try new products out on our babies.

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  89. Thanks again Kathy for sharing this great product...looks like your gang benefited from the Ultra Egg !! Rachel is a beauty as always, but I can definitely see she's looking more gorgeous than before. Thanks for the chance to win Ultra Egg. Cluck, Cluck !

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  90. my hens could definitely benefit from this, one has been hen-pecked in a previous flock and her feathers just aren't growing back... I would love to win, thanks for offering this!

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  91. Your Chickens are amazing! They look so beautiful! I would love a chance to win Omega Ultra Egg to try on my flock. Can you post the recipe for the treats you give your chickens?

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  92. I'm soooooo new to chickens, but the pics look incredible! Thanks!

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  93. Looks like a great product for both the chickens and those eating the eggs.

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  94. It's a shame my feed supplier can't incorporate this in the feed they sell. It's expensive now but might make it better value for money.
    I'll be looking out for some and will give it a try with our flock. Will it make my wife better looking too????

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  95. S Summersell5/20/13, 11:36 AM

    My local store stopped carrying Ultra Egg. I haven't had a chance to try it. Or rather my chicks haven't had a chance to try it.

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  96. I'd love to try this product!

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  97. Simone Grubbs5/20/13, 11:49 AM

    I would like to win this because one of my chickens I got Sunday was ridden by a rooster so much she has a bear spot on her back. The person we got her from said she was molting but we now she is wrong. Her feathers are growning back very slowly. p.s. chicken chick sent me

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  98. Cant wait to try this with my girls!

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  99. I saw this give away on FB. I'm glad I did and can not only enter but check out your blog :) Thanks for sharing this product.

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  100. You are such a great help to new chick mommas like myself!

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  101. TheChickenChick5/20/13, 9:30 PM

    Welcome to chicken-keeping, Lisa!

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  102. TheChickenChick5/20/13, 9:32 PM

    Thanks Rose! Here's one treats recipe: http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2012/10/flock-block-substitute-recipe-healthy.html

    and an autumn treat: http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2012/10/chickens-pumpkin-seeds-and-worms-oh-my.html

    and a winter treat: http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2013/02/chickens-soup-healthy-winter-treat-for.html

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  103. Always great advice and great pics to go with it

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  104. Barbara Thorbjornsson5/29/13, 8:06 PM

    Oh Boy, do I ever want to win this. I am convinced it is good for my girls.

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  105. Melissa Grover5/29/13, 8:10 PM

    Yay, love to have another chance at a free bag of Ultra Egg!!

    Still planning the 3 months pics. (Ordered a bag, but could no doubt use another ^^ )

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  106. Janet Ashmore Valdez5/29/13, 8:11 PM

    So enjoy receiving all the tips and articles...always something that I did not know!!! Thank you much!!!

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  107. Jessica Toomey Dean5/29/13, 8:13 PM

    Yay!

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  108. Gregoria Bacus5/29/13, 8:15 PM

    My girls would love to review Omega Ultra Egg!

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  109. I am a new "follower" and I enjoy all the pictures and posts! Thank you

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  110. Melissa Ann Mazzarella-Ferman5/29/13, 8:15 PM

    We are new to having chickens but we are enjoying to so much!

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  111. Molly Plunkett5/29/13, 8:17 PM

    Okay I admit it, you have me curious!
    Aside from being pets (and egg producers), I use my chickens as living lawn ornaments. I like to introduce birds of every color, to create a rainbow of feathers when they free range through my yard and the surrounding woods.

    So a product that brings out their natural beauty like it's done for your birds is of great interest!

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  112. You come up with the best products....especially appreciated by us newbies who need all the help we can get!

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  113. borderflies5/29/13, 8:18 PM

    Looking forward to trying this with my ladies

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  114. We are working on feathers with the girls. I rehomed my roosters this year because of rooster damage. I have a new rooster in the wings....BUT it will be a while before we put him in with them. I am trying to get all the girls in good shape first....and for them to have a break....

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  115. Crystal Albright5/29/13, 8:22 PM

    Seen your post on facebook.. I would love to win the 5lb Omega Ultra Egg! Thanks! Love your blog!

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  116. Trying again to win ;)

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  117. Julie Brinton5/29/13, 8:24 PM

    Going to have to give this a try! The Virgin Farmer

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  118. Thanks for the giveaway. I'd love to win this because Omega 3s are so important!

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  119. Wow, that is impressive. Can it be fed to pullets?

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  120. Linda Bell Binkley5/29/13, 8:47 PM

    I would love a bag of this. My chicks will love it. Thanks for your blog and FB page. My son and I love them.

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  121. Connie Griffin5/29/13, 8:48 PM

    Not only do you have the best advice, you also have great giveaways, thanks for all you do!

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  122. Red Griffiths-seewerker5/29/13, 8:48 PM

    Thank you for the review and i am concerned about the content of GMO grain in my 3 way scratch, i imagine the corn is GMO.

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  123. Would love to get some and try it out.

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  124. LaDonna Martin5/29/13, 8:51 PM

    Looks like a very good chicken food. I would love to feed my chicks the best food for their health and well being.

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  125. Tina Wahl Gosnell5/29/13, 9:04 PM

    Thank you for all the great information and give-a-ways you provide!

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  126. Dorrie Taylor5/29/13, 9:06 PM

    Pick Me ,,Pick me ,,this time yahoo.......!!!

    Love your site and Blog ,,really does answer a lot of questions for all of us...Thank you...

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  127. Monica Baute5/29/13, 9:13 PM

    Thanks for always running such great giveaways, The flock and I would love to win this. Even if we don't we will be soon buying it and trying it out ourselves.

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  128. Becky Wells Weliczko5/29/13, 9:16 PM

    Loving you sharing all these goodies! Signed a Chicken newbie!

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  129. Susan Weaver-Boucher5/29/13, 9:16 PM

    I would like to try this product because I only have six chicken and enjoy eating their eggs. This products sounds like just what I need to increase egg flavor and nutrition.

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  130. Denise Allison Magil5/29/13, 9:17 PM

    well this omega fields looks cool to try this about the oly way i see to enter contest so

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  131. they look good!

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  132. I would LOVE to win. My ladies good use a little boost:)

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  133. I love how it's good for both the chickens & the people who eat the eggs!

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  134. Karen Harrison White5/29/13, 9:43 PM

    I am excited about this giveaway! Sounds like a great product!

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  135. Shelley Carpenter5/29/13, 9:47 PM

    Anything that is good for my girls and myself! Heck yeah! I would love to win!!

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  136. Sandy Shields5/29/13, 10:10 PM

    Ill be using this for my girls for sure!

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  137. Rachael Myers5/29/13, 10:26 PM

    I'd love to get this stuff for my birds...especially to see the difference it could make with my Cochins!

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  138. Love your blog, utilize your knowledge and am anxious to try Omega Ultra.

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  139. Kevin 'n Lisa Campbell5/30/13, 12:32 AM

    thanks for trying new products for us. I would love to win it as it looks a bit spendy for me at the feed store. -lisa

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  140. TheChickenChick5/30/13, 1:01 AM

    It can, Ann!

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  141. Sara Merritt5/30/13, 8:28 AM

    Wow! Your chickens do look great!! I would love to try this supplement and see what it could do for my babies!

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  142. caforsythe@gmail.com5/30/13, 8:35 AM

    I would love to try this on my girls!

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  143. My new mama hen could really use some. She is looking kind of scruffy. I would love to win.

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  144. Hai Van Chung5/30/13, 10:23 AM

    Thanks, Kathy and Omega Fields! Would love to get some Omega Ultra Egg for better plumage for my Lucy and Sgt Pepper and tastier eggs. Question: Does it make their yolks deeper yellow?

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  145. i have never given my chickens omega ultra egg before .Looks like it would be good for them.

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  146. Barbara Thorbjornsson5/30/13, 10:34 AM

    This is my second entry to feel free to delete if this was a one entry only

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  147. I am ready to try this, thanks for reviewing this product for us.

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  148. Would really like to give that a try. I cannot free range my hens because of predators.

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  149. Esther Maina5/30/13, 10:43 AM

    I liked your sponsors page and while would be nice to win, I will probably just order the product as well:-). This is by far the best chicken info site I've come across. Thanks!

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  150. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  151. It is great to have someone to trust when reading product reviews. I'm now raising chickens to breed, not just to have eggs and this seems as if it would make a big difference in flock quality!

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  152. Entering the giveaway... and trying the Omega Ultra Egg whether I win or not!

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  153. I'd love to win some of this brilliant feed to try~

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  154. Carol Sibbel5/30/13, 11:16 AM

    Awesome way to get Omega 3 into my family's diet!

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  155. Alishia Bigelow5/30/13, 11:18 AM

    Freedom and Enterprise are too young to lay but I am interested in preparing for the future eggs I'll be eating.

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  156. Thank you for doing the homework for us on this product. Hoping my chickens win.

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  157. Robin Martin5/30/13, 11:43 AM

    I want to try it! would love to win a chance!

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  158. I would love to win! I recently ordered chicks and would love to have everything set and ready when they arrive in a month!

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  159. Would love to win! Thanks

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  160. Sharon Williams5/30/13, 12:53 PM

    I would not be opposed to supplementing my chickens feed since this is all natural. We try very hard to stay away from GMOs, chemicals, etc. Your chickens look great and I like the benefits you list.

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  161. This looks like something my girls could use. They are pretty now and they could only get prettier like Rachael did!

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  162. Margaret Marshall5/30/13, 8:51 PM

    Some good food additions are wonderful for our feathered friends! Thank you for offering such a nice product!

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  163. LaDonna Martin5/30/13, 8:53 PM

    Love your blog. I am new to the chicken world. My chicks are three and a half weeks old and are growing so fast! I am learning so much from your site. Thanks!

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  164. Sarah Krueger5/30/13, 8:54 PM

    Winner, Winner will make a fine dinner for my chickens that is!!!!

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  165. Hai Van Chung5/30/13, 8:54 PM

    Would love to win some Omega Ultra Egg for my girls. Thanks!

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  166. Donna McGlasson5/30/13, 8:55 PM

    Thank you another wonderful giveaway. Would LOVE some Omega 3!

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  167. Anne Walkden5/30/13, 8:57 PM

    thanks for all the great info. You are wonderful!

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  168. Looking forward to my own experiment!

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  169. Asha Diana Denman5/30/13, 8:58 PM

    I am interested in improving the feed I am giving my chickens and turkeys. I would love to try this brand and if it's free, so much the better!

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  170. susan parker5/30/13, 8:59 PM

    only 15 min left...(liked) Omaga on there page (check)...leave a comment below...(check)...I have not tried it yet so this would be great as Im new to chickens and chicken math...thanks!!!

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  171. Heather Crouch5/30/13, 9:00 PM

    I'd be thrilled to try out this supplement for my girls. Some have been looking rather tattered due to molting. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  172. Michele Gonczar5/30/13, 9:01 PM

    Anything that is good enough for Rachel, is good enough for my flock:)

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  173. Krystal Stone5/30/13, 9:02 PM

    Looks awesome

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  174. Heather Gwah Lightbody5/30/13, 9:03 PM

    ooooh i want to enter in the drawing!

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  175. Jill Whitehouse French5/30/13, 9:03 PM

    I would love to win! Jill

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  176. Michele Gonczar5/30/13, 9:06 PM

    Anything that is good enough for Rachel, is good enough for my flock:)

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  177. TheChickenChick5/30/13, 9:13 PM

    Great names, Alishia!!

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  178. TheChickenChick5/30/13, 9:13 PM

    Thanks Esther. :)

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  179. TheChickenChick5/30/13, 9:14 PM

    That was not a factor I could test, Hai because my chickens free-range, so their yolks are always a lovely orange color.

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  180. my girls would love some of that Omega Ultra Egg!

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  181. I wish I could eat it and have that noticeable improvement of my hair!

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  182. Mine should start laying in August (I hope) would love to win, so they can start out right.

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  183. Sandi Tull Shoap6/6/13, 8:17 PM

    Does anyone know if a black snake can hurt or kill a chicken. Saw one in my barn today. Thanks.

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  184. Andrea Manuszak6/10/13, 11:15 PM

    Two of my girls should start laying in mid July, winning would be good for us!

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  185. Janell Bradley8/26/13, 12:59 PM

    With 8 older laying hens and 18 new pullets just coming in to lay, the Omega Ultra Egg is something I'd be interested in trying! LOVE your blog & the photography on your site. Great tribute to Brutus by Kristen.

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  186. Ann Massarella Maxted8/26/13, 8:33 PM

    My girls are just startng to lay. This would be an awesome addition!

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  187. TheChickenChick8/28/13, 10:15 PM

    Thank you, Janelle.

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  188. Wendy Cunningham9/2/13, 8:50 PM

    I wanna win!!! That little chick, on the above pic, on the top, is absolutely adorable!!!

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  189. I have ALWAYS wanted to try this for my girls. I have 4 hens and 4 pullets and would love to win.

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  190. Ginger Beck9/2/13, 8:55 PM

    My Frizzles really need this right now.

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  191. Mary O'Neal9/2/13, 8:57 PM

    I would love to win this! I have some girls just getting ready to molt and another to a second molt and not "having knowledge" about AZ molts I would sure love to have this on hand to supplement.

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