My sister was told she was allergic to chicken (and beef). Well, she's known for years she is allergic to corn. So after a couple of months, she finally put "2 and 2 together" and determined that the dang allergist was nuts. It looks as though it's not the chicken (or beef) that she is allergic to, but the corn that the animal consumes. She's found grass fed beef in her local health food store and is eating it with success! I want to get this information together for her, so she can see she can eat chicken! We are going to be moving to within an hour of her later this summer, and I want to either hatch some chicks for her or with her, and she'll be able to raise chickens she can actually eat. So here's my question. What can be fed to chickens (from day 1) that will give them all the nutrition they need, but not have any corn at all in it??