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DuMOR poultry Layer feed?

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Just wondering if this feed is any good or should i switch? My birds look healthy, poop seems to be on the normal looking side.

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1-Wife, 2- Boys, 1- Girl, 1-Dog, 1-Welsumer, 2-RR, 1-Star, 1- Dark Brahma, 2- Silkie's, 1-CM

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post #2 of 10

I just finished a bag of it, no difference that I can see. But then I picked up Layena, so....... idunno

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I use Dumor Feeds, 20%, 24% & layer.

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post #4 of 10

I feed purina all flock/flock raiser 20% ( the green bag)  and broadcast oyster shells

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Yes... yes... yes... I know... I know... I know... I have a hatching addiction!
Wait there is another chicken I want !
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post #5 of 10

I use Dumor as well....hoping to switch to layer feed soon!! fl

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post #6 of 10

I have been feeding dumor for several years now and the girls are doing great.

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9 Production Reds,3 Production Blacks,2 Delawares and 6 EE's and Liberace the Roo OEGB
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post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by mercedes 

I have been feeding dumor for several years now and the girls are doing great.


^Same here. So far I've had no problems with it.

4 white hens, 1 blue Andalusian hen, my old turkey hen, 2 australorp hens, 3 buff orp hens, 2 RIR hens, 1 black Sumatra hen, too many game hens, and 8 guinea fowl plus many many fish and shrimp.
A video of my flock

Flock eating a treat

My Cherry Shrimp
The chicken is no less complex than man :)

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4 white hens, 1 blue Andalusian hen, my old turkey hen, 2 australorp hens, 3 buff orp hens, 2 RIR hens, 1 black Sumatra hen, too many game hens, and 8 guinea fowl plus many many fish and shrimp.
A video of my flock

Flock eating a treat

My Cherry Shrimp
The chicken is no less complex than man :)

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post #8 of 10

I've been using Dumor nonmedicated starter/grower, grower/finisher and now layer. I'm getting fine results (chickens are also on range/pasture and have extra shell available). However, the TSC stores are about half an hour away and a great local mill is very close, so I'm trying to put together or find a recipe for them to mill for me.

post #9 of 10

I find the layer feed to be a joke.......I used it all fall. My flock had been slowy decaying but I switched to Kalmbach and they are productive and pristine once again.

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post #10 of 10

I have used several brands of chicken feed but there is no obvious difference.

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