A chicken coop odor neutralizer created with you in mind.
Based on the many uses and benefits of food grade diatomaceous earth for backyard flocks, we have developed a product line just for you! Our Activated Barn Fresh Fresh Coop Odor Control product keeps nesting areas drier and fresher, providing a healthier environment for both you and your chickens.
Activated Barn Fresh Fresh Coop Odor Control provides the latest technology for ensuring a happy and healthy environment for your backyard chickens.
This chicken coop odor neutralizer combines natural Food Chemical Codex Grade Diatomaceous Earth with Calcium Montmorillonite and non-GMO Citric Acid to eliminate harmful ammonia levels, control odors and absorb moisture in your backyard chicken coop.
Activated Barn Fresh Fresh Coop Odor Control can be used with backyard chickens, pullets, layers, quail, ducks, turkeys, pigeons, and pheasants.
Available in: 7 lb jug with shaker lid, 20 lb resealable bag
AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE US
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ctivated Barn Fresh Fresh Coop Odor Control minimizes the conversion of ammonium to ammonia by acidifying the poultry litter, with the help of a proper balance of citric acid and our naturally occurring blend of Diatomaceous Earth and Calcium Montmorillonite. This acidity also inhibits the activities of bacteria and enzymes that are involved in the formation of ammonia, reducing ammonia production. Finally, the natural absorption capabilities of our diatomaceous earth blend help to keep your coop clean and dry!
Learn more about the science behind Activated Barn Fresh Fresh Coop Odour Control – How Does it Work? The Science Behind Fresh Coop Odor Control
Citric Acid is an organic acid that is naturally derived from organic plant matter. Learn more about citric acid – What is Citric Acid?
Derived for organic plant matter, the citric acid in Activated Barn Fresh Fresh Coop Odor Control is safe for your backyard flock. The Citric Acid in Fresh Coop does not contain Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) and is classified as GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) by the EPA.
Ammonia is one of the most dangerous gases in the air. It can irritate an animal’s eyes, lungs, sinuses, mouth and skin and make them more vulnerable to infection. Humans can also be harmed by high levels of ammonia. Learn more about the dangers of ammonia – Could You and Your Animals Be At Risk: The Hazardous Effects of Ammonia in Barns, Stalls and Coops