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Feeding a Mixed Flock

2018-07-05T08:09:02+00:00Chicken care, Feed information, Poultry Feed|1 Comment

Your flock — all lovely ladies of laying age. But then chicken math gets the best of you and you find yourself with chicks, which grow into pullets, and wait, did one of those pullets just crow? Now you’ve found yourself with chickens of different ages, plus a rooster, and a flock with differing nutritional ...

Your Mini Pigs Deserve Grand Feasts!

2018-06-20T16:09:19+00:00Feed information|0 Comments

Mini pigs are known by many names, including Teacup, Nano, Micro, and Pixie. They are unique, beloved members of the swine family, and mini pig owners who have opened their homes and hearts to them are looking for a healthy organic option to sustain the life and vitality of their pets. The small stature of ...

Optimizing Scratch and Peck Feeds for Your Animals

2018-04-24T07:10:13+00:00Chicken care, Feed information, Poultry Feed, Tips and Tricks|4 Comments

We provide guidelines to help you optimize our feeds, treats, and supplements for your animals. Many factors can affect using animal feeds, including breed, age, and quantity of animals. Even climate (think heat and humidity in Georgia vs. cold and snow in Alaska) and finicky animals (just like humans!) can impact feed usage. But in ...

Introducing Our Cluckin’ Good Sprout-Ferment Starter Kit

2018-05-29T12:57:31+00:00Chicken care, Feed information|0 Comments

Cock-a-doodle-doo we’ve got great news for you! We are ecstatic to launch our new Cluckin’ Good Sprout-Ferment Starter Kit! This kit is intended to help those with any sized flock try their hand at optimizing their feed and through fermentation and sprouting on a smaller scale. Why this is so cluckin’ exciting? Well, sprouting can ...

Grow, Grow, Grow Your Flock … with Organic Grower Feed

2018-07-18T07:48:06+00:00Chicken care, Feed information, Poultry Feed|0 Comments

We’re well into spring, which means that many people are well into raising their chicks. The downy fluff is being replaced by more defined feathers that will help them stay warm as they become more adventurous and roam about to forage. As their bodies grow and change, so do their nutritional needs. This next phase ...