Our local grocery stores sell "Wild Life Corn", "Deer Corn". This corn is about $3.00 cheaper than regular corn (for farm animals) that you find in the local feed stores. On the bag, it says that this deer corn should not be fed to chickens, ducks, geese or other farm animals but it doesn't say why. Does anyone know why deer corn is not good for farm animals? Is there something in the corn that attracts/lures the wild deer to the corn to eat that is deadly to every day farm animals? Would like to hear what you think?