I just found a new home for our two hens that we've had for more than 4 years. They hadn't laid an egg in about 2 years and were pretty much just pets. Some people with 28 acres out in the country came and got them to be pets, so they are going to a good home. I want to get a couple new baby pullets for eggs, but I'm not sure what to feed them. The feed we used before was just a plain old chicken feed, likely full of corn and soy. However, there is a local farmer that I bought eggs from at the farmer's market who pastures his chickens and does not feed them corn or soy and his eggs are amazing. I myself follow a paleo diet where I do not eat any grains or legumes for various reasons, and I would like to avoid feeding at least corn and soy to my chickens as well. I know that because they are birds, they are designed to eat grains and seeds and require the carbohydrates, but corn and soy are almost always genetically modified, are difficult to digest, and soy has all kind of hormone-disrupting phytoestrogens. So what do I feed them instead? I fully intend to feed them kitchen scraps, but I feel they should also be supplemented with more grains, especially during the winter when there's less to forage on. Thanks!