Form-A-Feeds

Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by Jwhip, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. Jwhip

    Jwhip Out Of The Brooder

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    Form-A-Feeds, can someone tell me the good, the bad, and the ugly about the feed. Especially the game bird feed.

    Thanks,

    jwhip
     
  2. me2pl

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    well, sorry to disappoint you, but it really depends on what you want, if your birds are young, use crumble, but you may want to switch to pellets if the crumble gets rained on and starts to cake up
     
  3. WoodlandWoman

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    Is this a feed brand name? If so, it's probably one of the many regional feeds. It might take a little while for someone that lives in your area to come along and comment on it.

    Feeds normally have a tag sewn into the seam that lists the ingredients, as well as the percentage of protein, fat, etc. If you don't end up getting a response, you could always post that information for people to comment on.
     
  4. me2pl

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    no, these are varieties, almost all brands carry these varieties, look for a brand that has good nutritional value that is available in your area
     
  5. WoodlandWoman

    WoodlandWoman Overrun With Chickens

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    I think "Form-A-Feed" is a brand name and the OP is asking about their feeds in general and their game bird feed in particular. Hopefully, they'll pop back in and clarify.
     
  6. me2pl

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    k, thanks for that clarification, we can't get that brand here
     
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