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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by Ms~Silkie~Girl, Nov 10, 2009.
I was just wondering what kind of feed you guys feed your chickens.
We buy a layer feed from our local Co-Op that is made locally that has 16% protein. It is offered 24/7 with oyster shell and water. They have a large run that also provides grit natually and are given treats that are "usually" nutritionaly benefical. They are often given the offer of free rangeing over about a half an acre in the corral but they rarely go more than 20 yards in any direction. Not sure why the previous flock couldn't wait to get out and do their thing.
Blue Seal Layer from Tractor Supply
Nutrena chick starter and layer and HiPro gamebird feed.
Purina Mills or... well I forget the name brand.
I use Kalmbach feed.
I feed there 1044 starter/ grower to everything from chicks to layers.
PRODUCT CODE: 1044/1044PL
FORM: 1044 #2 Starter Crumble
Formulated for starting and growing ducks, geese, chickens and game birds.
Feed continuously as the sole ration to ducks, geese, chickens and game birds from 1 day of age until slaughter or market.
Crude Protein (Min.) 21%
Lysine (Min.) 1.20%
Methionine (Min.) 0.5%
Crude Fat (Min.) 3.0%
Crude Fiber (Max.) 4.0%
Calcium (Ca) (Min.) 0.7%
Calcium (Ca) (Max.) 1.2%
Phosphorus (P) (Min.) 0.7%
Salt (NaCl) (Min.) 0.2%
Salt (NaCl) (Max.) 0.7%
Purina Layena crumbles.
We feed and sell the Homestead line of All-Natural feeds manufactured by Hubbard Feeds.
I just bought a bag of some layer crumbles from Farm and Fleet. Before that it was layer crumbles from TSC. I guess I don't pay much attention to the crumbles they get.
I supplement their feed with squash, pumpkins, raw venison, and treats of corn and bugs.