I use an organic feed for my flock, not so much for the chickens or myself but because I believe organic agriculture is preferable for the environment, especially cereal agriculture. In the U.K. there only seems to be one readily available organic feed range and that is by "the organic feed company". I don't have any problem with the feed and I would say it has been working out well for me, but it is the only feed I have ever used, so I have no comparison, however the protein levels seem low compared to what I read on here and elsewhere. I have just received a large order, have hicks hatching today and my flock is in moult so protein levels are in my mind. The chick crumb is 17.5% crude protein, the grower/ finisher is 16%, the layer is also 16% and the mixed corn is 10.5%. I have raised a small group of Ross 308 on the chick crumb and grower/ finisher and I have raised my current flock using the whole range, the Ross got huge and I have had no problems with my current flock, although they are hardly laying at the moment as they seem to be moulting. I do supplement the feed with meal worms and ferment some of what I feed but the birds have never shown signs of being protein deficient (that I could see). How significant is the protein level of a feed? what are your opinions if the numbers for this feed? I can put detailed labels up for the rest of the range if anyone is interested.