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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by Chickadee93, Mar 2, 2009.
Where do you go to get your chick/chicken feed and whats the average price?
Thanks in advance
I get purina layer at agway. Its around $12-14 for a 50# bag of layer.
I get purina layena for about $15/50 pound bag.
i remember the good ol' days when i got 50lbs for 6 something, and 100lb of shelled corn for the same price, now look at it!
Agway carries it? Awesome theres one nearby! I was worrying I wouldn't be able to find a feed store around here (not many chicken keepers) Well that's a relief
The cost seems to be pretty good for me too
Layer or grower either Mills Fleet Farm or the local elevator for $10-$11 for 50lb bag
The corn is ours
I get a 50lb bag of purina from a local pet supply store for $16.
I also get oats and corn mixed in 100lb bags for $15.
Whole corn from the elevator $10/100 lbs. They also have chick-go medicated $12/ 50#. This was based on 1,000 lb. purchase of corn a month. $480 in the feed grinder= PRICELESS!
i purchase my feed from a local farmer.
grower= $19 for 100#
layer= $16 for 100#
crushed corn or seed wheat= $12 for 100#
freshly ground every three days, no preservatives or added colors. our chickens thrive on it.
I was clicking around the hatchery sites and came across 50lbs of organic layer pellets with shipping for $65. Who in the world would pay that much. Our Western Reserve supply sells it for 12.95 for 50 lbs. There for a while I had to pay $18 for 50 with the price spike.