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Since you've got a few cockerels, as well as pullets, stick with a grower type feed. The extra calcium that layer feed has will eventually cause the kidneys to fail in those non-laying birds.

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With out knowing exactly which feeds your referring to and a ingredients list it is going to say which is better than the other.

Now if your talking about Rural King Country Road Chick Starter linked below then I would have to say its a little better than the Purina feed. That is if your talking about the regular Purina Chick Starter.

 

http://www.ruralking.com/media/blfa_files/Country_Road_Chick_Starter_Grower_Medicated_Feed_10_lb._207-10.pdf

 

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