My 15 eight week old chickens used to need their feed tray filled a few times a day when they were younger. They were started on medicated feed, then I switched to an organic non-medicated feed at about 6 weeks. This feed looked like much higher quality and I could actually see the flax and other yummy things in it. At the same time they were starting to be outside eating grass, etc. So at that time they did not each nearly as much feed as they had been, and I wasn't sure if it was on account of the switch in food or their foraging for additional things outside. Also, they don't seem to be interested in eating any kitchen scraps of veggies I throw in the run. I had to switch started feeds again a few days ago because my local shop was out of the last organic stuff I got, and now they're hardly touching it. Should I assume they'll be a transition period and then they'll adjust? Shouldn't them be eating more feed as they age, not less? Thanks!