Scratch and Peck Feeds Organic Chicken & Duck Feed, Layer Mash 16%, 40-lb

$45.99

This chicken feed contains a blend of certified organic, non-GMO blend of cracked grains and flax meal to feed the laying hens in your flock. Scratch and Peck created this blend of chicken feed for laying chickens and ducks that have reached 20 weeks of age or have created their first egg. All of the ingredients in this feed--grains, flax meal, and select vitamins and minerals--are sourced from North America.

  • Stage Three feed appropriate for laying hens and ducks that have reached 20 weeks of age.
  • Certified-organic and non-GMO feed contains no corn or soy 
  • Contains organic cracked grains, flax meal, and select vitamins and minerals sourced from North America
  • When transitioning, mix a small amount of this new feed with the flock’s old feed and slowly increase the ratio of new feed to old feed to avoid digestive upset in your flock. 
  • Can be fed dry or fermented into a mash

Scratch and Peck Feeds Organic Chicken & Duck Feed, Layer Mash 16%, 40-lb

$45.99
SKU: 1001822
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  • Available Mon, 22 Apr 2024 11:00:00 PST

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    5314 15th Avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98107
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  • Get it by Wed Apr 24 2024

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$45.99

This chicken feed contains a blend of certified organic, non-GMO blend of cracked grains and flax meal to feed the laying hens in your flock. Scratch and Peck created this blend of chicken feed for laying chickens and ducks that have reached 20 weeks of age or have created their first egg. All of the ingredients in this feed--grains, flax meal, and select vitamins and minerals--are sourced from North America.

  • Stage Three feed appropriate for laying hens and ducks that have reached 20 weeks of age.
  • Certified-organic and non-GMO feed contains no corn or soy 
  • Contains organic cracked grains, flax meal, and select vitamins and minerals sourced from North America
  • When transitioning, mix a small amount of this new feed with the flock’s old feed and slowly increase the ratio of new feed to old feed to avoid digestive upset in your flock. 
  • Can be fed dry or fermented into a mash