People are always wondering when to change feed so here are some charts off the feed bags. If you want to add other types of feed to the chart just PM me
Dumor
All the names on the chart will have Dumor in front of them on the bag.
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Species
0-6
7-10
10-12
12-18
18+
Chickens
Chick Starter/Grower 20%
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Poultry Grower/Finisher 15%
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Poultry Layer 16%
Ducks
Chick Starter/Grower 20%
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Poultry Grower/Finisher 15%
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Poultry Layer 16%
Geese
Chick Starter/Grower 20%
_

Poultry Grower/Finisher 15%
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Poultry Layer 16%
Turkeys
Chick 24%
Chick Starter/Grower 20%
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Poultry Grower/Finisher 15%
Poultry Layer 16%
Quail
Chick 24%

Chick Starter/Grower
20%
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Poultry Grower/Finisher 15%
Poultry Layer 16%
Pheasant
Chick 24%
Chick Starter/Grower 20%
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Poultry Grower/Finisher 15%
Poultry Layer 16%
Chukar
Chick 24%
Chick Starter/Grower
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Poultry Grower/Finisher 15%
Poultry Layer 16%
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Purina
All but the Game Bird Chow are SunFresh Recipe.
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1-10 10-18 18-

Free-range and confined chickens:
Backyard egg producers
small-medium breeds
Fancy and exotic breeds


Start & Grow
_ Layena

Free-range and confined chickens, ducks and geese:
Backyard flock
Meat birds
Medium to heavy breeds


Flock Raiser
_ Layena

Free-range and confined Turkeys

Game Bird Chow
Startena
Flock Raiser
Layena
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Grit- is rock or sand used to help grind up food (kind of like our stomach) If you are only feeding them feed they won't need it but if you are giving them treats you can just put a bowl of it out for them and they will take what they need (free choice).
Oyster Shells- ground/crushed up oyster shells feed to hens to make strong egg shells, also can feed back crushed egg shells (for more info do a search), like grit give it free choice.
Scratch- a mix of grains including corn, a treat recomended in winter for added calories, for warmth.
Mixed Group feeding-Feed to the youngest group. Broody hen with chicks feed the baby food, etc..
Treats- See this chart Treats Chart By:Buff Hooligans
Note: If you run out of feed a week or so before a change in feed go ahead and change it to the new feed and don't worry about it.(Thanks Puck- Puck for reminding me about this)