buying chicken supplies

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buying chicken supplies
« on: October 08, 2012, 16:13 »
hi i just had to say that thanks to a thread here i have discovers rokers for all my pets great store near guildford.
managed to spend over 60 there today
wish i had heard about it sooner but many thanks :D
my little farm :) 13hens, 8 runner ducks,2 bibbed call ducks, lots of quail cpq and japanese, 2 dogs, 1 very old cat and fish indoor and out.

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Re: buying chicken supplies
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2012, 15:35 »
It is good to know where you can get supplies and especially at good prices.

Jeyes Fluid 1 litre is 6.99 in Home Bargains and double that in our local farm supply shops.   ;)
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Re: buying chicken supplies
« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2012, 01:56 »
I have seen an alternative for jeyes online, its called black disinfectant. Exactly the same but cheaper. I think battles make some.

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Re: buying chicken supplies
« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2012, 07:43 »
I have seen an alternative for jeyes online, its called black disinfectant. Exactly the same but cheaper. I think battles make some.

That's the very one, Battles Black disinfectant.



Available from agricultural or horsey outlets, if not poultry and general pet places too. :)
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Re: buying chicken supplies
« Reply #4 on: October 11, 2012, 10:43 »
hi i just had to say that thanks to a thread here i have discovers rokers for all my pets great store near guildford.
managed to spend over 60 there today
wish i had heard about it sooner but many thanks :D

They're just up the road from me. Get all our supplies for our chooks, rabbit and guinea pigs from there. The staff are very friendly and helpful too.

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wildwitchy

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Re: buying chicken supplies
« Reply #5 on: October 11, 2012, 19:36 »
I have seen an alternative for jeyes online, its called black disinfectant. Exactly the same but cheaper. I think battles make some.

That's the very one, Battles Black disinfectant.

Available from agricultural or horsey outlets, if not poultry and general pet places too. :)

Infact i've just purchased, a right bargain (I think). Got it off Ebay. I am low on disinfectant, this thread reminded me, thank you, so looked up the black disinfectant on there.

Got 10L for 23.00. Including next day P & P. Normally I pay around 20.00 for just bog standard "kennel disinfectant". So considering you'll pay around 7.00/1L for jeyes, I think thats good.

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Re: buying chicken supplies
« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2012, 20:14 »
I have seen an alternative for jeyes online, its called black disinfectant. Exactly the same but cheaper. I think battles make some.

That's the very one, Battles Black disinfectant.

Available from agricultural or horsey outlets, if not poultry and general pet places too. :)

Infact i've just purchased, a right bargain (I think). Got it off Ebay. I am low on disinfectant, this thread reminded me, thank you, so looked up the black disinfectant on there.

Got 10L for 23.00. Including next day P & P. Normally I pay around 20.00 for just bog standard "kennel disinfectant". So considering you'll pay around 7.00/1L for jeyes, I think thats good.

That sounds a bargain, you will have to let us all know what it is like when it arrives.   ;)

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wildwitchy

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Re: buying chicken supplies
« Reply #7 on: October 11, 2012, 20:54 »
I will do.  :)

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Re: buying chicken supplies
« Reply #8 on: October 12, 2012, 07:20 »
That sounds a bargain, you will have to let us all know what it is like when it arrives.   ;)

Sold where I used to work in addition to Jeyes, and bought by many in preference to Jeyes as they reckoned it did just the same job for a much smaller price. If it helps, it smells the same to me. Wildwitchy's personal experience will be interesting to hear too. :)



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