Calling All Texas Chicken Farmers

Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by MissChessy, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. MissChessy

    MissChessy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    What kind of feed do you feed your flocks? Acco Feed, Full O' Pep Feed, or Purina? Is there another brand of feed out there that is better than these?

    I feed my flock the Acco Feed from Sutherland's. For a 50lb bag Layer Feed it is $10 and for a 25lb bag of chick starter grower it is $5.99.
     
  2. speckledhen

    speckledhen Intentional Solitude Premium Member

    ADM ALLiance Pen Pals and Faithway Feeds. EXCELLENT feeds. No dust in the ones I've bought. Locally, they also have a 22% layer pellet in addition to the Pride & Pleasure 16% layer pellet. These feeds still contain good quality animal proteins, which I prefer for the condition of my birds and are not as expensive as some other types.
     
  3. new2chickens

    new2chickens Chillin' With My Peeps

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    My chicks are on a feed from Lonestar (went to SFA in Nacogdoches, where the Lonestar mill is)
    My hens are on a layer from TSC (I think it is Dumor brand) and they get a scratch from Wal-mart (mine has a livestock section....its so weird to me!!LOL) When I run out of layer, I may look into what my feed store carries.

    Sarah
     
  4. Ace_king_brahma

    Ace_king_brahma Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I used to feed Full O' Pep but since I can get Dumor at a better price and it's non-medicated so it can feed my ducklings as well I go with it. I'm not sure what I will feed once they hit adult age. Possibly I will try Dumor Layer crumbles and if I don't see a difference toward higher yield I might use Full O'Pep again.
     
  5. wynedot55

    wynedot55 Chillin' With My Peeps

    Mar 28, 2007
    when i feed layer pellets its a 20% feed from the local coop.now they just get grass an buggs.an very little of a 14% pellet feed.
     

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