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Hey all,

I am new to the chicken raising world and I had a question about online stores for buying chicken feed.
I am just wondering if you all could give me some good stores that are online for buying chicken feed from?
I have been looking everywhere and mostly the info I come up with is about what to feed them, not necessarily where to buy feed from. I got the what, now I'd like the where wink

Thank you so much,
Kim Iverson

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post #2 of 4

You can get organic chick starter and organic chicken feed at http://www.azurestandard.com 

I don't know the price on shipping because I'll be buying it from a co-op. Incidentally, the price for a co-op member is close to HALF the price listed online, so if there is a co-op in your area, I recommend joining and buying through them.

Have fun.

-MTchick

post #3 of 4

you would be better off looking for a feed store close to you.like a TSC  or a feed mill.ordering feed online will kill your pocketbook because of the high shipping costs.an if you ordered an had it shipped id get a 3 month suppy of feed at once.

post #4 of 4
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Thank you MTchick and wynedot55 smile Thanks for the info.
Kim

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