1lb Dookashi for Poultry Bokashi Bran Powered Chicken Coop Deodorizer
The secret to your self-sufficient backyard flock; when sprinkled on the poultry bedding, the probiotic in Dookashi immediately breaks down poop and removes smell and fumes harmful to the chicken's eyes and lungs
Non-GMO Project verified, DooKashi chicken manure accelerator and odor deodorizer contains 100% plant ingredients: selected rice bran, probiotic inoculant (EM-1), blackstrap molasses, purified water; not harmful to chickens, ducks, chicks, quails if ingested.
This pet bedding deodorizer is perfect for all types of chick bedding - nesting pads, chicken layer pellets, straw bedding or pine shavings; works well whether you're a city homesteader or raising chickens on your one acre farm.
DooKashi is dry, dust-free, with a rice bran texture. It won’t add more moisture to an already wet area; does not contain zeolites obtained through destructive open pit mining practices; no hidden ingredients cleverly concealed behind proprietary formula.
converts deep litter in your backyard chicken coop into instant fertilizer; accelerates composting of manure to make your deep litter garden ready upon replacement; For best results, start with a clean chicken cage or duck coop. Sprinkle on top of or below preferred bedding material and in sleeping areas to keep down the poop smell.
Sprinkle a thorough and visible amount in coop, and nesting box; cover with shavings or preferred bedding (DooKashi works with all types). No need to "mix-in". Re-apply every couple of days or when your nose (or someone else's) tells you to and odors will not accumulate! Store sealed in dry area out of direct sunshine, use opened bag within two years.
Like to use the Deep Litter Method?
Great! DooKashi works with this method as well because it helps to speed up the composting process. Simply sprinkle DooKashi in anytime fresh bedding is added.For best results, start with a clean coop. Sprinkle a visible and thorough amount* in coop and area where waste accumulates. Cover with shavings. Add into nesting boxes between layers of shavings or straw. Re-apply when your nose tells you to and odors will not intensify. *Amount & frequency varies depending on ventilation, number of poultry in coop, age, diet etc.