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Fill the Manna Pro Chicken Toy with corn, feed or a treat mix and watch your chickens have fun chasing the ball around the garden. As the ball moves, small quantities of the treat will be released through holes on either side, which hens will love to peck at. They will soon learn that they need to move the ball in order to release more treats, making it a brilliant game.

The Chicken Toy is a shell-like ball, in two halves. They are attached together with a core of elastic, so it can be pulled apart easily to fill with feed. The toy measures approx 8cm in length.

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Details

Weight: 0.040 kg

Height: 8 cm

Width: 8 cm

Length: 8 cm

Latest Product Reviews For Manna Pro Chicken Toy Food Ball

5 Stars:
20
4 Stars:
2
3 Stars:
4
2 Stars:
0
1 Star:
1

Great little boredom buster -

It didn’t take long for them to work out how to use this. They are excited to see it coming out now.


Yellow peck ball -

My chickens love this,especially Hilda,it’s her favourite,sadly however so does the squirrels and so it’s gone!!!again


Chicken toy food ball -

This is a big hit in our coop. Keeps our six hens and us entertained for ages. They love kicking the ball around the walkin run to get the corn out of it. Highly recommend for your chickens. They won't be bored.


Good toy, the chickens took to it quickly, keeps them busy and happy -

Although when it is apart, the ball feels a bit flimsy, it is much more secure when it is together. The chickens worked out how to get the grain our pretty quickly, and quite like playing football across the lawn. I do wonder how long the elastic will last, but that wouldn't be too difficult to replace if it does go. I'm glad that I bought this.


Best game ever! - Leics,

My three chickens adore the yellow toy ball when filled with corn. They have as much fun with it as I do watching them kick and push it round the garden.