SO WE ALL CAN MAKE A DISCISSION ON USING THIS FEED
It basically is in the North Eastern Washington State.
So if their feed is what you choose to feed do so.
Most of us use good type of commercial laying 16 to18% layer feed.
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Wow. Thanks! That's good to know.I use Scratch and Peck and I've been very happy with it. It includes fish meal as a protein source which is one of the reasons I chose it. I ferment it for 24 hours prior to feeding it and my birds have beautiful shiny feathers and are doing really well on the feed. Customer service is excellent too.
I use Scratch & Peck grower (which I ferment) and Payback layer pellets for the feeder. Used to do S&P in the feeder too but there was too much waste as they were billing it out of the feeder and ignoring the dry fines completely. As a ferment there is far less waste and they happily eat it all without picking out unwanted bits.