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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by ibpboo, Jun 2, 2008.
Ok, so I just paid $12.69 for 50lbs scratch and $14.49 for 50lbs layer crumbles
Ouch. It wasn't that much the last time I bought it, (9 something for scratch and 10 something for layer pellets) but that was a couple weeks ago. It seems like every time I go to the feed store, prices have risen.
Layena is $10-$11 per 50# here..I bought some laying mash made by my local mill today to try this month. 16%, 100# for $16 and some change. Hope they like it,LOL
durmor 16% layer feed at our local tractor supply is $13.00 for a 50 pound bag
$16.50 100lb layer mash here
Quote:I'm about in the same ballpark. Feed costs in the PNW and west coast have always been many %% higher.
50lbs Layer at Wal-Mart 9.99
50lbs Scratch at Wal-Mart 9.99
50lbs "Grain" (oats/wheat/corn/etc mix) at Big R (our version of TSC) 8.99
50lbs Non-Medicated Starter at Big R 12.99
50lbs Layer at Big R 11.99
Depending on when I need it, I get it different places. Wal-Mart is about 5 miles out of my way of travel. So if I need feed but don't need groceries, I get the feed at Big R 'cause it's right on my path home from work. But if I need groceries too, I get the feed at Wal-Mart.
I love Big R. Too bad we don't have those on this side of the cascades.
15.49 for chick starter, 16.49 for broiler, 13.49 for scratch grains and 12.49 for layer crumbles. All 50 pound bags
Our wal mart does not carry any chicken feed. so I have to buy from our co-op. bought 50lb layer crumbles today $12.00.