Turkey feed

MrsEvans

Chirping
Oct 3, 2018
23
118
76
Texas
Hello everyone,
Is there a non gmo soy free turkey feed brand out there that I can find online? It seems non gmo turkey feed is hard to come by. I checked our feed store and also Texas Natural Feed but no luck. We have been giving them the Purina brand but I want a more natural feed.
Thanks in advance!
 

R2elk

Free Ranger
Premium member
6 Years
Feb 24, 2013
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Natrona County, Wyoming
Hello everyone,
Is there a non gmo soy free turkey feed brand out there that I can find online? It seems non gmo turkey feed is hard to come by. I checked our feed store and also Texas Natural Feed but no luck. We have been giving them the Purina brand but I want a more natural feed.
Thanks in advance!
I have no idea if any is available or not but suspect that if it is available it will be expensive.

You can look through @Texas Kiki 's Feed Comparison Spreadsheet to see if she has anything listed there.

If you are looking for feed for adult turkeys, an all flock type feed with 20% protein is preferred but adult turkeys can do well on a quality chicken feed.
 

MrsEvans

Chirping
Oct 3, 2018
23
118
76
Texas
I have no idea if any is available or not but suspect that if it is available it will be expensive.

You can look through @Texas Kiki 's Feed Comparison Spreadsheet to see if she has anything listed there.

If you are looking for feed for adult turkeys, an all flock type feed with 20% protein is preferred but adult turkeys can do well on a quality chicken feed.
I have no idea if any is available or not but suspect that if it is available it will be expensive.

You can look through @Texas Kiki 's Feed Comparison Spreadsheet to see if she has anything listed there.

If you are looking for feed for adult turkeys, an all flock type feed with 20% protein is preferred but adult turkeys can do well on a quality chicken feed.
Thank you for the information ☺
 

MrsEvans

Chirping
Oct 3, 2018
23
118
76
Texas
Hello!


I'll check my sheet for a soy free feed for you.

What do you mean by a "more natural" feed?
Thank you so much! When I posted for a more natural feed, I prefer a feed that isn't made with chemicals and junk ingredients if I can help it. I have read articles about famous name brand pet foods for dogs and cats and so many pet owners were losing their furr babies from kidney failure and major digestive problems or the pets would get gravely ill.
 

Sammbalina

Chirping
Oct 1, 2018
65
71
76
Shelby County, AL
New Country Organics is organic and therefor also non gmo, but the shipping is expensive. I'm actually giving up organic for the time being because of that. It's worth it if you can buy by the pallet, but I can't and my pocketbook can't take the cost of both the feed and shipping when not buying bulk. I've also had problems finding organic hay, and would also have to find an online source for that, so I'm going to have to drop it for now. I hate that I have to since I had my heart set on organic, but I think making my land payments is more important at this time...
 

trainman

Songster
5 Years
Jul 22, 2014
61
97
116
Huntsville, AR
You might try Scratch & Peck feed. They make an organic turkey feed free of soy and corn. I use their organic feed for my chickens now. When I started feeding their feed over my local feeds they became more active free rangers, their feathers and combs looked better and egg production increased. Proved to me you are what you eat.
 

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