Chickens Eating Moringa Leaves

Chickens Eating Moringa Leaves

People often ask if chickens will eat fresh Moringa leaves. While I have heard mixed reports on chickens eating Moringa, the video below seems to answers the question clearly! Moringa is good for people and good for animals! If you have any experience feeding your chickens Moringa leaves we would love to hear about it! Please comment below.

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Moringa leaves finished less than 1 minute. @Natural Tropical Farm in Raub, Malaysia Chickens love moringa

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Mark Reese founded A Healthy Leaf in 2015. He has grown thousands of Moringa trees and helped countless others grow, learn about, and experience Moringa for themselves. He holds a Bachelor's of Science Degree from Lake Superior State University and a Masters of Science from the University of Hawaii were he worked as an Associate Researcher. He has published in peer-reviewed journals and presented his work at the national conference level. Mark continues to enjoy learning first-hand as well as researching about Moringa so he can write about it and educate others.
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8 Responses

  1. Uday Jagdale says:

    Useful information
    Than you very much

  2. IT2AGRI says:

    Just started feeding them, they seem to like it.

  3. Tenny says:

    I have moringa trees in my garden, just because i knew the leaves to be nutritious and good for human consumption, i decided to feed my turkies and chicken with the fresh moringa leaves. Guess what, is as if they have long been waiting for it, is an understatement to say the like it

  4. Joseph says:

    It works marvelously

  5. Jerry says:

    I have been feeding M. Oliefero leaves to my chickens for 3 years and their egg size does indeed seem to improve. they really attack it when I bring it to their run. my current flock of 8 RIR pullets love it. I am hoping it might shorten the wait for their first eggs. they are now 4 months old.

  6. Gilbert Banda says:

    I tried to add Moringa powder to chicken feed as a food supplement. The response was overwhelming because they started laying very large brown eggs. It is a wonderful arrangement of nature.

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