I would love to hear reviews on Rogue Organic, Soy Free Layer Pellets. (or the like) I want to feed a soy free, preferably organic feed but the different in price might sway me. Is $22 for a 40 lb. bag normal? My chicks are still only two weeks old so they'll be getting starter for a while still but I'm preparing for egg laying in the future so want to have all my "chickens in a row" ha ha BEFORE they're old enough to switch. This is the info I found on this particular food... A Certified Organic poultry LAYER ration with added calcium for egg shell quality. Manufactured in a pellet form. 16% Protein: Helps ensure that growth goals can be met… Supplies the proper level of Canola based protein for egg production. Organic Grains: All-Natural Nutrition… All organic grains are Certified Organic by Washington State Department of Agriculture. Vitamins & Minerals: Convenience… Supplies vitamins, minerals and other nutrients in the proper amounts. Formulated specially for laying hens. Ingredients: Organic Grains, Organic Corn, Organic Canola Meal, Monocalcium Phosphate, Vitamin Premix Copper Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Manganous Oxide, Cobalt Carbonate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Niacin, Biotin, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Choline Chloride, Pyridoxine, MSBC (Vitamin K), Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E Supplement, Trace Mineralized Salt. Guaranteed Analysis Crude Protein 16.0% Lysine 0.75% Methionine 0.49% Crude Fat 3.00% Crude Fiber 4.00% Calcium (minimum) 3.50% Calcium (maximum) 4.50% Phosphorus 0.74% Zinc 35 ppm Copper 4 ppm Vitamin A 4500 IU/lb. Vitamin E 16 IU/lb.