I started getting conventional feed at my local feed store, but I started to wonder what I was getting. "You get what you pay for," is what my head was saying. I was getting Ace-Hi which was about $0.50 per pound. (I have 5 hens so I get the 25lb. Bag.). I was adding supplements which increased my per pound cost to over $1.50 or more per pound. I moved to the organic Purina option. This is a low cost option, but it is simply feed, so I still added the supplements. I then switched to Kalmbach with Omega which I do not supplement. I'm in northwest Orange County, so the offerings at my feed store are slim. I ordered the Kalmbach on Amazon. My chickens typically get hibiscus flowers, parsley, some kind of mint, and marigolds daily; the variety of mint depends on how far I want to look, and I offer other herbs and kitchen scraps throughout the week. I have a sand run, and the hens have oyster shell available at all times. My hens do not free range yet, and only one has started to lay. What are you all feeding? Does your feed store have multiple offerings? Also, does anyone give their chickens actual seaweed? Mine really like rehydrated wakame.