Buying Purina Layena Online? UPDATE: King Brand vs. Purina?

blbgp

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I'm hearing here that a lot of folks like Purina Layena. All my feed stores carry is a local brand, which I hear isn't the best. Has anyone found a good place to buy Purina Layena online? I only ave 4 chickens, so I don't need huge qantities, but also don't want to get killed with shipping costs.
 
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kathyinmo

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The reason I wouldn't buy online, is because then you can't see if it is fresh (smell it). I would be afraid they would send out old stuff. But, maybe I am just a bit peculiar in that respect. I only buy enough feed for one week at a time, so that it is always fresh. If it is not fresh, it has lost nutrients. I had a chicken with a nutritional deficiency problem, so now I am kinda picky about that.

I do agree that Purina is a very good brand. Another good one is Blue Seal. Maybe you have that in your area? (Or Kent Feed, same company as Blue Seal)
 

harewizard

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You may want to ask your feed store if they can order Purina products for you.

Also compare the ingredients and % in the Purina and what your local store carries. I have found some Farmers Co-op feed to be better quality than *brand names*.

Just a thought....
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blbgp

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King Brand is the only other option I have here. One place tells me it's not so good (they carry Purina, but are not at all convenient to get to). How can I tell if King Brand is the same quality as the Purina? Here's their site: http://www.king-brand.com/cat_prod_list.php
 

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