Probiotic for hens: Improved shells, more eggs and happier hens!

Hen Helper is an effective way to increase your hens' health, nutrition and fertility. It uses probiotics to help your hens produce higher quality eggs and have better overall health. 
probiotic for healthy backyard chickens

Hen Helper probiotic for hens is an effective way to increase your hens' health, nutrition and fertility. It uses biologically active, organic carbon and beneficial microbes, also known as probiotics, to help your hens produce higher quality eggs and have better overall health.

Download a guide on how to use Hen Helper.

Watch this video to learn more about how Hen Helper works and its benefits, like:

  • Improved digestion
  • Cleaner eggs
  • Longer peak for hens
  • Optimized nutrient absorption
  • All-natural and safe for pets, gardens and kids




Hen Helper strengthens your birds from within! To start helping your hens, all you have to do is pour half an ounce of Hen Helper into 3 gallons of your birds’ fresh drinking water. If you don’t need that much, our rule of thumb is 1 teaspoon per gallon.‍ 

We recommend giving birds Hen Helper once a week, at minimum. You can administer it daily, as needed. Just be sure not to use Hen Helper at the same time as vinegar or other disinfectants, as they can wipe out the beneficial microbes and their bacteria-fighting benefits.

About the Author

Izy Dobbins

Isabella (Izy) Dobbins

Marketing Manager

This was written by Isabella (Izy) Dobbins, Southland Organics' Marketing Manager. Izy has devoted her education and career to communicating science-related topics. With an enthusiasm for sharing accurate and honest content relating to science and agriculture, she ensures Southland Organics' publications are as informative as they are interesting. Izy graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor's degree in advertising, minors in both Spanish and environmental health science and a Certificate in Sustainability. She has been working at Southland Organics since 2021.

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Alyssa Rauton

Avian Specialist/Research and Development

This was edited by Alyssa Rauton. With a bachelor’s degree in avian biology and two years of vet school from the University of Georgia under her belt, Alyssa has a wealth of knowledge on chicken health, nutrition and biology as well as a keen understanding of the animal agriculture industry. Alyssa has been writing content and executing research and development for Southland Organics since 2020.

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