Chicken General Store: Chic(k) Poultry Products

Check out these fun chicken-themed products, from custom portraits to a welcome mat to a pop-up brooder and more, in this recent General Store roundup!

by Chickens Magazine HQ

Door Mat

This colorful, coconut-fiber door mat (above) is naturally textured to remove mud and dirt, and features three chickens hand-painted using eco-friendly dye. 

Wreath Hanger

This hand-crafted, 16-gauge steel chicken wreath hanger is approximately 17 inches from bend to top of the curve and available unfinished or in silver, black or white.

Little Pecks Crumble

Little Pecks, an all-natural, nonmedicated crumble, can be fed as a complete diet to chicks from hatching to 20 weeks old. It includes essential vitamins and minerals for healthy growth and probiotics to aid digestion and sustainably harvested grubs, veggies and whole grains. 

Little Farmer Fish & Shrimp Treats

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The shrimp and minnow Little Farmer Fish and Shrimp Treats provide crude protein, essential for hen health and egg production. The added calcium helps with egg production and Omega-3s, which assist with heart and nervous system health. 

Hand-Drawn Digital Portrait

A hand-drawn digital portrait of your feathered friend(s) is available as either a digital download or as a printed canvas. With loads of outfit options, your best hen could be the Mona Lisa, posed with her ladies in waiting, royalty, a superhero and so much more.

Hen Pen Pop-Up Brooder

The completely enclosed Hen Pen Pop-Up Brooder keeps cats and other critters at bay while preventing chicks from escaping. The octagon design doesn’t allow chicks to become trapped in corners. Waterproof and foldable, this brooder can also be used as a hospital or quarantine for sick or injured birds.

Read more: Check out these brooder tips for baby chicks!

Knot Wool Cashmere Chicken Sweater

This Knot Wool cashmere chicken sweater is designed with a shoulder opening with buttons and a round neck and fits children up to 24 months old.  

This article originally appeared in the March/April 2023 issue of Chickens magazine.

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