I need a recipe for feeding my breeder stock of turkeys, chickens, duck, geese, guineas. I have been have very poor hatch rate, while I have high fertility on the eggs. I was asking someone here, about what does he feeds his breeder Cornish, and he mentioned that laying mash (I have been giving my flock laying mash) is a recipe for disaster as a feed option for breeder flock. That set me thinking, "Now I know why I have been having a bad hatch rate!" So, I went to the feed mill the next day, where I have been buying most of my poultry stuff, and asked them if they have a breeder/conditioner feed, and told them why I was needing them. They pretty much pooh poo the idea, and claimed that it was the rooster's fault, I had to tell them the good fertility rate, but poor hatch rate. I need a recipe to give to them to mix a batch for my flock. Can I give them laying mash during non-breeding season? I have about 5 acres of corn that I will be harvesting in a month or so. Thanks for any help and advice.