4 Reviews

Organic Cracked Corn

Suitable for:

  • Chicken 20+ Weeks
  • Duck 20+ Weeks
  • Pig All ages
  • Mini Pig All ages
  • Goats All ages
  • Sheep All ages
Organic Cracked Corn supplies extra carbs to curb the cold. When sprinkled across the ground it not only keeps your birds movin’ and groovin’ but boosts metabolism for lasting energy. Our cracked kernals are easily digestible by all animals in the barnyard.

When should I give my chickens and ducks cracked corn?

Is your corn Non-GMO? What about organic?

What is the shelf life of your cracked corn?

Organic Corn

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein MIN|7.0%
Crude Fat MIN|2.5%
Crude Fiber MAX|3.0%
Ash MAX|2.5%

Feed Organic Cracked Corn by hand or scatter it on the ground to encourage natural scratching behavior.


Additional Notes
  • Treats should not exceed more than 10% of a bird’s diet.
  • Introduce new treats gradually and give your flock access to grit to aid with digestion.
  • Always provide clean, fresh water.
Feed Details
  • A high-energy treat for your flock
  • Great for pigs, goats, & sheep too!
  • Always Organic & Non-GMO
  • Easily digestible
  • NEW recyclable packaging
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Organic Cracked Corn


We are proud to be the first feed manufacturer to be both certified organic and non-GMO verified.

  1. Excellent cracked corn that I would eat if the birds didn’t consume all completely as they do. Thank you for the great product quality and excellent customer service.

    lisssen (verified owner)

    • We love that thought and agree, if we wouldn’t eat it why would we offer it to our animals? Quality ingredients for ALL!

      Dawn Urness

  2. I do like the product overall, even though my chickens maybe only eat 75% of the ingredients. There are a few problems, one I expect, which is settling of the ingredients, that essentially are pulverized in likely the packaging and shipping process, which renders about 15% at least of the food not to be interesting to chickens, it might work for baby chickes though as a powdered mix maybe to put into crumble. So you have to sign up for knowing up front 15-20% of the product may end up as waste, or you can maybe leave it for wildlife and birds in your yard. My biggest issue however, and its become a beet now, is that, the box they ship the product in, every single time, literally, is torn open along the main seam of the box adhesive tape they use to close the box, usually on the bottom surface, but its happened on the top of the box as well. The tape is not really the quality necessary to secure the inner bagged product. Twice now the inner bag was falling out of the box due to this inferior tape. It is a reinforced tape, but they really either need to use two strips of this tape overlapped on the seam, or use a more heavy duty tape. Its incredibly annoying to see them skimp on the packaging for a premium product. I’m giving it a bit longer to see if there are any improvements, and if not I will move onto another product. Its a product I want to love, the settling issue I can almost accept the loss on what is lost as actual food, but the box tape packaging is something that is an easy fix. Its a shame to lose a customer over such an easily remedied issue.

    Gary Constantine (verified owner)

    • Hello Gary,
      Thank you for your message. I want to first address the feed settling.. Our feed is a whole grain feed, with vitamins and minerals added. This is what is settling at the bottom. When I open a bag I dump into a large bin, I keep a small heavy duty shovel and mix it up every few days. These “fines” as some call them need to be consumed. This is one of the reasons we recommend fermenting. When it is moist and stirred up the chickens cannot as easily pick through and just eat the grains. Not consuming this part of the feed can cause soft shell eggs, feather picking, and other health issues. I would be happy to talk with you about fermenting if you would like some easy tips. Feeding dry and getting the girls to start eating the fines can be a bit challenging at first, and requires some tough love. My girls will now eat the feed dry, fermented, and pellets. Fermenting is by far their favorite. Second the packaging. Thank you for addressing this. I too have noticed the tape is subpar and have let operations know. This is being addressed as we communicate to all 3 shipping locations. Please let us know if this does not improve. If you have a subscription with us, I can put a note in your account. We appreciate our customers, please continue to reach out. Best to you and your flock.

      Madeline Balmer

  3. I add a small portion of Cluckin’ Good Organic Cracked Corn to our chickens’ Scratch and Peck Naturally Free Organic Layer Feed during the winter months for extra carbohydrates. They really seem to like the cracked corn and I never see it go to waste. I’m happy that it’s non-gmo, organic and local from the Pacific NW.

    Heather Harmon (verified owner)

  4. I put out small amounts of organic cracked corn for the deer and turkeys that visit my yard. The blue jays and crows enjoy it as well. It makes me happy to buy organic so I can be sure it’s non-GMO and won’t harm the animals. Shipping and delivery is always extremely prompt. Thank you!

    Erin Griffin (verified owner)

    • Thank you Erin. I know there are those out there who haven’t had the best luck with shipping. We try to ship as fast and economically as possible.
      I am a crow lover myself! Have a wonderful Spring… It’s almost here.
      *Customer Service Advocate

      Joni Brown (verified owner)