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Great Treat Holder - Debbie, Oxon,

Very pleased with the treat holder. Very nice quality and a good size. Took awhile for our chickens to use it but now ok. I would recommend.
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This reviewer has 2-4 Chickens pets


Hours of entertainment! - Lauren, Oxon,

The treat holder is great and my chickens love it. It keeps them all entertained for hours with no squabbling about who is hogging all the treats! Fill it up and it lasts for days!
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This reviewer has 6-8 All sorts! pets


Chicken treat holder - Gina, England,

Weve had ours for a while and its perfect for greens and veggie treats.
Review for: Caddi Treat Holder & Feldy Chicken Pecker Balls

This reviewer has 2-4 pets


Doesn’t work for our girls - Louise, Oxon,

I ha e four pekin bantams who I guess are a bit spoilt. They free range in the garden and get chopped veg everyday. They consider it too much effort to actually have to peck for their veg. I think if they were bigger hungrier birds they would probably enjoy using it.
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This reviewer has 4-6 Pekin pets


Great fun for chickens - Francesca, Oxon,

The chickens love this ! It's like they're playing Swing ball :)
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This reviewer has 2-4 Rescue reds pets


Great caddy holder! - Kathy, Oxon,

I'm very happy with this caddy holder. The girls uses it all the time. Its good for environmental enrichment.
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This reviewer has 2-4 Isa browns pets


My hens were not interested - Kathleen, Oxon,

Sorry no interest from my bensi
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This reviewer has 2-4 White star and black pets

Omlet Says: Hi Kathleen, We are sorry to read that your chicken does not seem interested in our Caddi Treat Holder. Chickens are creatures of habit, it might take them a while to pick up this new habit. You could for example try different treats, or place it on the ground for a while, or in a different location. Sometimes, it only takes the dominant chicken to show interest, before the others follow. We hope that you find a solution, don't hesitate to get in touch with us as well for further advice. Yours, Omlet Customer Service Team


Funtime - Paula, Oxon,

Makes pecking more fun
Review for: Caddi Treat Holder

This reviewer has 10+ Bantam pets


Great product - Julie, England,

Fab product however my chickens are obviously special needs as they totally ignore it even when I add veggies.
Review for: Caddi Treat Holder & Feldy Chicken Pecker Balls

This reviewer has 2-4 Chickens pets


Adding interest to the day of a chook. - Karissa, Kent,

The ladies really go for the homegrown silver beet leaves I put in these. It encourages natural foraging behavior and they have to work for it a bit.
Review for: Caddi Treat Holder - Twin Pack

This reviewer has 6-8 White leghorn pets

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