Pros: Everything is good
Pros: Everything is good
Pros: Chickens absolutley love it! Smells good!
Cons: Doesnt last long with my big flock.
Pros: has all of the vitamins that causes illnesses from common deficiencys, pre-measured per gallon wateriers, cheap if bought in person
Cons: hard to find, only comes in packs of 3,, expencive if bought online
Pros: Cheap, Good for all ages of chicks
Cons: Not GMO free or organic, easyly wasted, crumbles are a bit big
CS06335 Features: -Farmers helper ultra kibble for chickens. -Balanced mixed of high-quality animal and plant proteins to duplicate nutrients consumed by an omnivore. -Elevated levels of dietary fiber and trace minerals in the form of salmon meal, as well as dehydrated vegetables. -Manufacturing process gelatinizes starches, which increases digestibility and reduces dust levels that arise. -For...
500ct live mealworms, free shipping, healthy and nutritious. They are apx 1/2 inch. In the event you need worm food/bedding they are available for sale on Amazon for $10.99 for 1 lb. includes shipping. It's the same food we feed our Mealworms Giants and Superworms. Just put in the search box listing number B007KO6512.
Aureomycin 4 Gram medicated crumbles. Protects a wide variety of animals from disease including: Calves, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Chickens, Turkeys & Ducks. Prevents disease loss from infections including: bacterial enteritis, baterial pneumonia, shipping fever, jowl abscesses, chronic respiratory disease and fowl cholera. Improves weight gain and feed efficiency.
“ 1 oz. in 1 gallon of water placed for their sole source of drinking water for a full 24 hours. Best placed first thing in morning before they come off roost. If the weather is not too warm, it is also best to lock them down for the day to make certain they are not getting their water elsewhere (from dew or puddles). Wazine is not my 1st choice of a wormer, but is label approved for...” --bairo
Article by: 3riverschick. Poultry Nutri-Drench is an nutritional supplement made by the specialist company Bovidr Labs. Made under 2 US patents, it is different because it doesn't need digesting. It mainlines straight to the bloodstream with 50% uptake in 10 minutes and 99% uptake in 30 minutes. Excellent for any time birds are stressed and/or off their feed. Show, breeding,...
“ Broken corn works well for my show birds that need bright yellow shanks/feet. Chickens love this treat, but if chickens don't eat all of it up off the ground it will mold. It isn't very good for them if they eat too much. ” --JerseyGiantfolk
“Bought this from amazon since I had a gift card. What crumbles there were in the bag were a great size for the brand-new baby chicks, and they quickly ate all the crumble and left all the dust. I think my bag was a "bottom of the batch" bag, since it was more then half straight dust. ” --umaerth
“ Whenever I need to go away for a few days and don't want someone screwing up my management routine I put out a few foragecakes and fill the waterers to the rim. By the time I get back they've pounded it into an unrecognizable lump. I just rinse it off thoroughly and return it to a feeding bowl and they return to it in haste. The droppings of my birds is drier in consistency and easier to...” --Resolution
“ This is the ultimate supplement for all my birds in the poultry yard and aviary. Ration directions for different species is clearly labeled on the back of the bag. I save ~ 40% on my feed bill using this product with my lay hens by mixing it in a 1 to 10 ratio with scratch grain and oystershell. The girls pick out all their high energy favorites like cracked corn and wheat first and I don't...” --Resolution
“ I feed ~ 40% less feed when using this product than when I use regular chick mash. It's soy free and hard baked. No waste and no dust. It smells good and the poop of the chicks is drier, less smelly and easier to clean up. A little bit goes a very long way. It's a supplement that you mix a small ration an into your regular crumbles. Feathers come in perfectly formed and the whole bird...” --Resolution