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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by danielbrown, Apr 23, 2009.
Its made by a small local mill.
Looks completely different from the crumble I get. At least you can tell what some of the ingrediants are
What do your chicks think?
Looks to me like a high quality starter. The extruded soy will add a lot of protein and energy to the feed. The only drawback might be palatability. Soy sometimes is not very well accepted because of it's taste.
Doesn't appear to be equally ground properly. Baby chicks need moer finely ground starter. After a couple of weeks, they will be more open to larger grains. Just looks like a lesser quality and unprofessionaly designed.
yes I agree it doesnt look like a good quality feed.I can still see large bits of things not ground up completly.
Quote:I feed day old bantams a game bird crumble, not a starter mash & they eat the crumble just fine.
What about the ingredients?
I guess its the camera.
The big peaces aren't really any bigger than crumbles that I normally feed and they eat.
Most of it is like mash.
You all know nothing about feed manufacturing to make these statements.
if they all are wrong
what was the point of this post?
what does the one feeding it think? and why waste space writing this if no one knows what to answer?
I am confused???