Okay. I am going to make a long post with lots of suggestions.
First, here's a thread I made with more recipes. I don't know if there is one you can use, but it will hopefully give you ideas. I know one recipe is GF but it has oats.
Here is a recipe that is not "complete" but is the basis for a chickens diet. You could use this as a base and supplement with food scraps, fodder, free-range/forage, mealworms, etc.
Food scraps: Chickens can eat most things. Vegetables, fruit, even milk in moderation. Meat scraps are also fine.
Most fodder systems use wheat/rye/barley. Some people sprout sunflowers, but that is more of a treat. This will show you how the process goes:
I do not know of anyone doing fodder with pseudograins but I am sure it could be done.
This site is meant for people but may give you ideas:
It would have to be something that sprouts fast... I can't find information on teff but would look into it.
Some people are growing these as "microgreens" which is really the same thing as fodder. The question is: nutritionally, are they comparable to wheat/etc fodder? I think it would be so. Millet, quinoa and amaranth are all being used.
You can find information on mealworms on BYC.