|Top Ingredients||Organic Corn, Organic Canola Meal, Organic Wheat Middlings...||Organic Corn, Organic Canola Meal, Calcium Carbonate...||Organic Corn, Organic Canola Meal, Calcium Carbonate...||Organic Corn, Organic Wheat, Organic Barley...||Organic Corn, Organic Soybean Meal, Organic Peas...|
|Bird Type||Chicken||Chicken||Chicken||Chicken||Chicken, Duck|
|Special Diet||Organic, Non-GMO||Organic, Non-GMO||Organic, Non-GMO||Organic, Non-GMO||High-Protein, Non-GMO, Organic|
|Food Form||Crumble||Feed, Dried Fruits, Dried Veggies||Pellets, Dried Fruits, Dried Veggies||Grains, Dried Veggies||Crumble|
|Health Feature||Vitamins & Minerals||Vitamins & Minerals||Vitamins & Minerals||—||—|
Purchased this because, at the time, it was the only grower feed in stock. My pullets like the crumbles WHEN they exist. HOWEVER, as others have stated, this feed is mostly powder. It was required to be bundled with the mini plastic feeder which does NOT work with this food. I constantly have to go out and shake the feeder so that crumbles will come out because this is mostly powder which blocks the feeder from working. The pullets only like to eat the crumble and ignore the powder. Waste of money. Would never buy again.
Finding a good soy free starter grower was hard till i found this! The Starter grower was execllent. Small enough for the day old chicks and now that they are around 6 weeks they love it still. I like that it's organic and non GMO and like I said, soy free. Oullets are growing heathy and well. Thanks for this product!
I purchased 4 bags to get 6 broilers to their processing date. I liked all the “buzz-worthy” attributes (organic, soy free, non-gmo), and I liked that the protein was only 18%. Broilers are built to grow, and I wanted something a smidge lower than the 20-22% I kept finding everywhere else to help curb my chances of losing them to super quick growth. They’ve grown steadily and are perfectly healthy! The one we already processed was in great health and had no signs of growing too quickly (and it was delicious). However, at full price that comes out to dang near $200 in feed for 6 chickens. I was extremely fortunate to find their “blue light” sale or whatever it was called (in response to prime day) and got them bogo. $100 for 6 chickens is much better. I can see paying $17 for an organic, non-gmo, soy free, farm raised chicken. It’s a great deal! I can’t see paying ~$35 though.
I hadn't even opened this bad of food and my husband noticed some sort of white dots that were crawling all over the bag. Like millions of them! I have decided to switch to another brand of chicken feed. Not sure if it is due to the cheap food or the conditions it was kept in, but I dont trust it. I threw out the entire bag, and 1/2 of the precious bag I purchased.
This food was awful. I decided to try it out for my growouts. It is mostly powder. The crumbles aren’t big enough for growouts although it is advertised as a growout food. Mine won’t eat it and it is nothing but dust. I won’t buy it again. It was a waste of money. I had to go out and buy another bag of food.
I read in previous reviews that very young chicks have trouble eating this food. The crumble sizes vary in the food, so little chicks might not be able to eat some of the bigger particles. This is not a problem for my 6 week old chicks. They seem to love it, and I like the fact that it's organic and soy free.
There are several organic chick feeds on the market, and this organic feed has a lot of healthful variety to the ingredients. However, the crumbles are too large for new chicks and must be put in a blender. My chicks are three weeks old, with fully-feathered wings and tails, but I still need to grind this food up for them. I am glad I got a "buy one, get one half off" because I wouldn't be willing to pay the full price.