Wanting to order poultry feed online

Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by kimspangrude, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. kimspangrude

    kimspangrude Chirping

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    I am needing to order poultry feed online, due to health problems and difficulty being able to go and pick up poultry feed every two weeks. Does anyone know where on the web one can order chicken layer crumbles or mash (or other poultry feed, for that matter) from an organic source, preferably? I have been going to IFA here in Salt Lake City and the price is usually about $20 for a #50 bag of locally acquired grain. Purina is out of the question.
    Thanks, Kim
     

  2. Kilsharion

    Kilsharion Songster

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    I don't know where you could order for that price delivered. H&H will ship to wherever; but, they cost $30/20# shipped. In stores it's ~$28/50#.
     
  3. sparrker

    sparrker Songster

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    Can you find a friend or family member to get your feed for you, and get enough for a month?
     
  4. kimspangrude

    kimspangrude Chirping

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    Thanks for the replies. Kilsharion, what is H&H?
    Thanks, Kim
     

  5. Kilsharion

    Kilsharion Songster

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    H&H is a feed that I use for my chickens. You can find their information here.
     
  6. FtWorthChick

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    I'll 2nd the vote for H&H feed. I've used their mail oder a couple of times and they ship really quickly. The feed smells great and the hens love it!
     
  7. Mac in Wisco

    Mac in Wisco Antagonist

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    I'd call IFA and ask if they'll deliver or hire a service that can run errands for you every week or so. That's got to be cheaper than shipping on 50 lb bags.
     

  8. oldrooster

    oldrooster One Crazy Nut

    Could you have a friend drive out there? if so most stores in my area will offer a free carry out service to your car when you buy feed or other large items.....
     

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