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Discussion in 'Quail' started by quailboy14, Dec 27, 2013.
I was wondering whats good food for quail but yet cheap?
I use Purina Startena Gamebird Chow. For $18.99 at TSC you get a 50 lb bag of 30% protein feed.
To the chicks, I am feeding a Turkey and Game Starter that is 28% protein. I pay $16.90/bag. My Breeders/Layers get Turkey and Game grower which is 24% that I add oyster shell and little bit of ground wheat/barley to. I pay $12.50/bag for that. Those are discounts since I work for the company that the feed store is part of.
That's an awsome price : ggschulz :
I payed 25.99 for a 50 lb of turkey non medicated starter
I have to order it special nobody stocks non medicated feed anymore
That's what I get too, for the same price.
My local feed store carries Manna Pro Game Bird 30%, 50 lb bag for $19.99. A little more than the TSC price for the Purina, but quite a bit closer to me (worth the $1.) I've been giving it to my babies both ground up and wetted (they eat both.)
Depends on where you live.
My sister lives 2 hours from me in a farm heavy area and she pays 16.99 for King brand gamebird food.
I live in the SF bay area and I pay $25.99-29.99 for purina gamebird chow
Basically its always going to run a few bucks a bag more than chicken food.