Chicken feed through the roof!

howfunkyisurchicken

Crowing
9 Years
Apr 11, 2011
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OMG! I went to the coop the other day to get feed. I bought 1 50 lb bag of scratch mix and 1 50 lb bag of laying pellets- my bill was just shy of $30
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I think I'm going to have to find someplace else to buy my feed, because that's just rediculous. Last year, the exact same trip would cost me about $17. Where does everyone buy their "reasonably" priced feed (reasonably being anything cheaper than what I'm already forking over). Or, how many other people are paying out the wazoo for their feed now?
 

kidcody

Crowing
11 Years
Nov 1, 2010
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I live in Washington State I'm paying around $33.00 for 2 bags, its not cheap any more to have chickens. But they give us so much joy that its worth every penny!
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NYRIR

Crowing
9 Years
May 13, 2010
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We pay roughly 12-15.00 for a 50 lb bag depending on protein levels. The scratch is about 13.00 a bag. We buy 4-5 bags of feed and 1 bag of scratch a WEEK, along with BOSS and birdseed...so yeah, I feel your pain...
 

rodandmicha

In the Brooder
8 Years
Aug 24, 2011
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Same here in PA, between 13 and 16 bucks a bag...my horse feed went up from 12 to 20 in the last four years...sheesh.
 

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