I'm going to let a hen go broody and raise chicks for the first time. They'll be living with their momma among the rest of the hens (i've got a tight nit friendly little flock) so i'm looking into a feeding setup that will let everyone choose the right balance for their stage of development. I want to provide grains and supplements in a row of separate feeders (joel salatin style, though i hate to attribute every good idea in sustainable agriculture to just one guy) and trust the birds to choose the correct ratios of nutrients for themselves. the plan so far is one feeder each of: cracked corn oats roasted soybeans blood and bone meal OR fish meal kelp meal oyster shell and lime do you guys think this will work? am i missing any crucial nutrients? is anything redundant that could be removed from the list? the flock is completely free range from dawn till dusk on several acres of woods and pasture. i'd appreciate any suggestions.