I was buying my chickens feed at our local feed & seed / hardware store. 16% (sometimes 22% in the fall & winter) layer pellets by Faithway Feeds out of Guntersville, AL I believe. They've done good on this & liked it pretty well and the feed & seed I get it from is just like 2-3 miles down the road from me (although most of the feed & seeds in my area carry this brand). I've also bought Purina layer pellets several times at TSC (since they finally started carrying it a year or so ago). I really saw no difference as far as egg output but my chickens preferred the taste of the other kind better I believe. Anyway, we were out & about one day & I needed chicken feed so we stopped at another feed & seed which is about 10-12 miles from me. I told them 16 % layer pellets & what they had was from Tucker Milling out of I believe Albertville, AL. It says no supplements needed & something about contains calcium for strong eggshells, but I still keep oyster shell out. My chickens LOVE this stuff! I'm having to refill the feeder a lot more often. Even when it was so hot this summer, they were still eating it like crazy. And they also started laying eggs like crazy (was having to give them away & considered selling them). Even my BO that only lays when she wants to (not sure if she's getting old or what) started laying about every day! Well, now they're molting, so hardly any eggs. I went yesterday & got some of the Tucker Milling feed in 22% protein to see if that will help. I noticed they've already eaten quite a bit of it since yesterday & one of the hens layed an egg earlier today. What is it about some feeds that makes chickens lay more than others? Is it something about animal protein instead of soy protein? I'll try to find an empty bag laying around & post the ingredients here to see what some of you experts think about it. If the 22% I got yesterday has a pull off label, I'll pull it off & post ingredients. Anyone with any experiences with Tucker Milling feed? It may have to be you Alabama or surrounding states areas because I'm not sure if they're only here or what.