Originally Posted by Hala401
So, I need some sage advice figuring this out. Tonight we are speaking about the performance of the chickens and Hindi mentioned that chickens were omnivores. I was gonna throw them some small potatoes that had started to sprout and get soft and she said they needed to be cooked. Hmmm I wonder who cooked for them before? Do you think the Pilgrims cooked the chicken's food?
Okay, chickens in their natural state do not eat potatoes... they won't dig potatoes out of the ground. So, they didn't have to peel it or cook it before eating it. But, if we want to give a chicken a potato, then we kinda have to make it "chicken safe".