How to Make Frozen Treats for Chickens

Last week was a crazy week! We were tying up loose ends, trying to pack for the 4th of July at the lake, and making sure we had everything ready for my father-in-law to watch our animals. I was super busy in the kitchen when my husband walked through the door.

“Oh good! You made supper. I’m so hungry!” he said.

Imagine my sheepish grin when I explained to him that those meal containers he was drooling over were actually Flock Fixer™ Frozen Treats for my chickens! Hahaha! I laughed so hard, and he ate cereal. We all survived and my chickens had delicious, healthy, frozen treats to get them through the hot weekend.

Flock Fixer Frozen Treats are made by mixing fruits, veggies, or honestly whatever you feel like throwing in there for your flock! It’s super easy! My chickens love them and I know they’re getting a healthy treat while staying hydrated.

What is Flock Fixer you may ask? Flock Fixer is a vitamin rich additive that helps hydrate, restore vital nutrients and boost immunity. It contains electrolytes, prebiotics, probiotics, and organic essential oil. I use Flock Fixer during extreme weather and also in times of stress. It gives my girls the extra boost they need to make it through challenging times.

How to Make Flock Fixer Frozen Treats

  • 1 Gallon of Water
  • 1 Scoop of Flock Fixer
  • Fruits, veggies, or leftovers
  • 10 small meal prep containers
  • Optional: Meal worms are a favorite as well!

Mix up your Flock Fixer. Add your fruits and veggies to the containers and pour your Flock Fixer mixture over. Cover and place in the freezer. When frozen, simply pop them out of the containers and watch your chickens go crazy for them!

You can purchase Flock Fixer from your local farm supply store or HERE on Amazon.

Check out our Flock Fixer Frozen Treat video HERE.

Your flock with thank you and you can rest easy knowing your chickens are getting all they need to survive these hot days!

Until next time,

–The Wing Lady

Published by Annie

Annie Wing is the author of Strong Animals Chicken 101 blog. She is a busy mom with 3 active kids. Annie and her family reside on an acreage in the Redwood River Valley in Minnesota. She enjoys gardening and her absolute favorite pastime is doting on her 28 chickens!