Hi all. I live in a very remote beach town with little access to commercial feeds, and have ten two-month-old Khaki Campbells living in an enclosure in my garage. I want to use only organic feed, and so far they've eaten organic chicken starter and grower from my local Agway, supplemented with nutritional yeast for niacin, and plenty of greens, squash, and potatoes, which they love. However, I'm having trouble finding any feed, organic or otherwise, with the "developer" stage 13% - 14% protein content recommended by Holderread. My Agway has organic chick starter, with too much protein, and organic poultry layer, with too much calcium, but nothing in between -- organic or otherwise. Does anyone have any sage advice as to what I can feed my ducks until they are of laying age, whether it be a combination of feeds, feed with additional grains or other supplements, or something else entirely? I am looking for a creative and healthful solution, but my resources are limited to what I can find at Agway (starter and layer), what I can order cheaply online, and what I grow and store myself (squash, sweet potato, potato, greens). Thanks!