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Nutrition - Sponsored by Purina Poultry

 

Welcome to the Purina "Ask an Expert" Forum!

 

Purina® nutritionists have been studying poultry feeding and management since the establishment of the Purina Animal Nutrition Center in Gray Summit, Missouri in 1926. As a leader in backyard flock nutrition, count on Purina to continue providing fresh advice and quality feed for your birds so that you can continue providing fresh, wholesome food for your family.

 

Meet our team:

Patrick Biggs, Ph.D.

Nutritionist, Purina Animal Nutrition

University of Illinois

 

 

Purina Nutrition FAQs – Fall 2016

Focus: Preparing for the egg laying season

 

Tell me about Purina's connection to backyard flocks

Does Purina do any research on their feeds?

Does Purina have a feed option for my organic flock?

What should I feed my hens? 

How can I help my hens keep laying?

Are treats good for my hens?

How do I introduce new birds to my flock?

What type of feed should I use to keep my hen healthy?

 

Learn more about our complete line of premium poultry feeds at www.Purinamills.com/chicken-feed

 

Join our community of backyard flock enthusiasts www.Facebook.com/PurinaPoultry

 

By participating in this sponsored forum, you are accepting the general terms of service of this site. Purina Animal Nutrition will do its best to answer as many questions as possible in a timely manner but may not be able to address each question. This forum will not be monitored by a Purina-staffed veterinarian, therefore, questions related to medical topics will not be addressed. BackYardChickens and Purina Animal Nutrition reserve the right to remove any content or individuals without notification that infringe upon the accepted terms and policies of this forum. Purina Animal Nutrition LLC is dedicated to producing the highest quality animal feeds and supplements.  Due to influences outside of Purina’s control, results to be obtained, such as financial performance, animal condition, health or performance cannot be predicted or guaranteed by Purina.

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