Arkansas folks speak up.........

nayeli

Songster
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Jan 18, 2014
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I buy from the co-op most times but sometimes I go to Caldwell feed my chickens won't eat dumor unless they are really hungry l worked at Caldwell feeds so I know its quality. Tindle brand is also available but my chickens turn their nose up at it as well.
Which co-op. I'm not sure we have one up here...
 

Puddin Fluff

Crowing
7 Years
Mar 30, 2012
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River Valley, AR
Hoping it will. Keep safe there.

:thumbsup

Just came in from watering birds. Their run is a sheet of ice. They were pretty funny skating around trying to figure it out. As soon as I left, they headed back into the coop. Even the llamas headed for cover. I expect it will all thaw out today and be muck later.
 

Ozarkguy

Chirping
7 Years
Jan 4, 2013
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north Arkansas farm supply I buy from them because I know they have fresh feed.
Wilson's farm supply mills their own feed so I would check them out. Most animal feed bags are not air tight so it loseses some nutritional value over time due to oxidation so I try to buy from a place that has fresh feed and I use pellets for all my adult birds because its less prone to oxidation Than crumbles. An old bag of crumbles has about as much nutrional value as shredded newspaper.
 
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draye

Crowing
9 Years
Nov 30, 2010
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Wilson's farm supply mills their own feed so I would check them out. Most animal feed bags are not air tight so it loseses some nutritional value over time due to oxidation so I try to buy from a place that has fresh feed and I use pellets for all my adult birds because its less prone to oxidation Than crumbles. An old bag of crumbles has about as much nutrional value as shredded newspaper.

I found one in Little Rock. Is it the same company as where you are?
 

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