Dumor feed @ tractor supply

Discussion in 'Turkeys' started by 98 gt, Jan 31, 2009.

  1. 98 gt

    98 gt a man of many... chickens

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    Does anyone recommend this feed for baby quail??? It's 24% protein
     
  2. Bettacreek

    Bettacreek Overrun With Chickens

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    It's what I've been using, and I haven't had any problems with it.
     
  3. LilRalphieRoosmama

    LilRalphieRoosmama Officially Quacked

    Oct 15, 2007
    Elyria, OH
    Me too, when I can find it. They don't always have it so I alternate between that, the 28% turkey starter, and 20% chicken feed. Only difference I notice is the higher protein, the more eggs and the bigger they are.
     
  4. gypsy2621

    gypsy2621 Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jun 29, 2008
    New Hampshire
    I like it for the protein % and the fact that is a finer grumble than turky starter.
    makes it much easier to sift for the babys.
    the only thing I dont care for is the smaller particles make me sneeze what little brains I have left, out.
     
  5. BackSwampGirl

    BackSwampGirl Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yes,I think this is a very good kind of feed.I like it because it has a better protein,and is also good for show chickens.And laying percent is more,Sandra
     
  6. 98 gt

    98 gt a man of many... chickens

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    Ok thanks, will need to get some this weekend before they hatch
     
  7. ~SunSetsWest~

    ~SunSetsWest~ Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yep! I use it, never had a problem...
     
  8. Bettacreek

    Bettacreek Overrun With Chickens

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    The breeder that I got my buttons from, he starts his off on it right off the bat, no crushing, no sifting. Granted, he has coturnix chicks in with the button chicks, so the coturnix will eat the larger pieces, meaning less waste.
     

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