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Is there a specific feed brand that is 22% protein from the store all I see is 18% besides I am trying to feed GMO free & my goal is organic. You mix the garlic in their feed? Thank you for the great information.

post #12 of 15

:welcome Nice to meet you! :frow

150+ chickens: Ameraucana, Icelandic, EE, OE, Crele & Silver Duckwing OEGB, Silkies, Barred Rock, 1 Button Quail
A bunch 'o guinea fowl.
19 rabbits, 3 dogs, 8 cats, 2 budgies, 2 llamas, Katahdin sheep, cattle and a leopard Appaloosa.

"Live so that when your children think of fairness and integrity, they think of you."
- Jackson Brown
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150+ chickens: Ameraucana, Icelandic, EE, OE, Crele & Silver Duckwing OEGB, Silkies, Barred Rock, 1 Button Quail
A bunch 'o guinea fowl.
19 rabbits, 3 dogs, 8 cats, 2 budgies, 2 llamas, Katahdin sheep, cattle and a leopard Appaloosa.

"Live so that when your children think of fairness and integrity, they think of you."
- Jackson Brown
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Is there a specific feed brand that is 22% protein from the store all I see is 18% besides I am trying to feed GMO free & my goal is organic. You mix the garlic in their feed? Thank you for the great information.


Here's a picture of their feed. Here's a picture of the oyster shells.

post #15 of 15
Hello from Michigan to Michigan. I worm my peacocks in spring and fall. In the meantime I use diatamacious earth mixed with their feed. Helps keeps creepy crawlers like mites at bat too
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