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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by BarredBuff, Dec 10, 2009.
Whats in Layena?
Quote:That's the nutritional analysis. I haven't found the actual ingredient list online yet. I'll see if my bag has it on the label.
I have a bag of Purina FlockRaiser that I can check the tag on if you want. I just don't have a layena bag at the moment. Is there something specific about the ingredients that you were curious about?
If that link doesn't help, I can check the bag for you....let me know and I will type it all up for u
thank you for your assistance, it is appreciated.
Thanks to all of you for the more than genorous help I was just curious what they put in it to make it the crumbles and thank you all again
What's in Layena?
I have someone who wants to buy some of my chicken eggs, they said they can't Have any corn or soy, my cChickens eat Purina layena 50lb bag and mixed is a flock block 25lb bag. The little bit of corn mixed into that from the flock block would it affect the person with corn/soy alergy? [email protected]
IIRC, the Layena itself also has corn and soy in it. You just can't see it because of the processing.
If you want to sell eggs to these folks, you are going to have to find a corn free/soy free mix or make it yourself. None of the commercial feeds sold at TSC and most feedstores will fit the bill. Sorry.
There is a thread around here on making your own flock block, you could adapt some of the ideas and make your own to ensure it is free of soy and corn (I have a flock block myself..I'll read the label to see if it is soy free as I doubt it. Soy is a very cheap protein source.)