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For many urban dwellers and small homesteaders, chickens are among the first additions when it comes to raising animals. Not only do chickens require considerably less space than some other livestock, but the benefits are numerous. Whether raising these birds for meat or their eggs, meeting their needs will require research and effort from first-time owners. One important aspect of this relates directly to maintaining healthy living environments for your chickens – ensuring that the flock is always safe. And this includes knowing what plants are bad for chickens, especially when they’re free to roam your property. Garden Plants Toxic to Chickens While predators are obviously a threat, many people overlook other more common issues that may already be present. By nature, chickens are grazing animals. As they roam, it will be likely that they take a nibble (or more) of various plants that are growing. Plants that are poisonous