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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by ccabal, Mar 5, 2014.
Paid $14 last time.. in Garland, TX
$11.99 for a 50 lb. bag. It's one that my local ag center mixes. It's in powder form as apposed to the more common crumbles and pellets. I love it because I can actually distinguish what's in it. With pellets and crumbles, it's just a brown color.
$9.55 from my local ag service place. They do it all themselves, woohoo for no middle man! Mines crushed too Aacre.
12.99 for 40lbs but i get the all flock that costs another dollar
*Edited since someone asked for where and what brand.*
I live in Littleton (Colorado), I go to the Littleton location Murdoch's. I get Purina, and I usually pay $16 for a bag.
$12.00 and it has all kinds of good stuff in it along with probiotics
50lbs at Tractor Supply: $14 for Dumor and $16 for Purina.
50lbs at local feed store: $12.45 for Nutrena. $11.50 for Scratch.
50lbs at semi-local farm store: $11 for mash (ground on the spot as you wait), $9 for scratch. Everything grown on the farm
Wow you guys are lucky I pay 17.50 for laying feed for the regional brand, Purina laying feed is 19.50, those prices are for 50lb bags.
Grainland whole corn #50 lb : $10
HomeGrown Layer #50 Lb. $14
PurinaMills Layer #50 lb. $16
PurinaMills Flock raiser #50 lb. $19
Richmond, VA: Southern States brand layer chicken feed: 12.xx
But I feed them wheat, which is cheaper ($4..xx - $7.xx / bushel (60 lbs)).