I have been debating if I should post this question or not but it has been on my mind for the longest and I just have to know. How do you know how much to feed your animals? Do you measure your feed per cup/per animal? or Do you use some other way to measure? or Do you just have unlimited amount of feed for them? This is my situation. I feed my flock flockraiser in addition to laying pellets but I don't think that they are getting enough feed. This is a list of the animals and how many I have: 122 chickens 19 muscovy ducks 9 geese 6 turkeys For the number of animals that I have, should I just pour feed out in their LARGE round trays and let them have a buffet all day long or should I measure the feed out? They also have access to grass during the day as they free range. I know that they are not starving but I really wanted to hear what everyone else has to say. Right now, I pour their feed in a FULL 5 gallon bucket (twice a day) and this is put in all of the feeders. They gobble this up in no time. They are fed about 6:30 AM & 5:00 PM every day. Any suggestions or advice on what to do?