2 Reviews

Organic Layer Crumbles

Suitable for:

  • Chicken 20+ Weeks
  • Duck 20+ Weeks
Organic Layer Crumbles are a great way to lavish your laying ladies and fully support their overall health and happiness. Crumbles not only help chickens and ducks lay consistent, nutritious egg production but their perfectly peckable size makes them suitable for any breed.

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Organic Wheat, Organic Peas, Organic Flaxseed Meal, Ground Limestone, Organic Barley, Black Soldier Fly Larvae Meal, Organic Sunflower Oil, Monocalcium Phosphate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Organic Dehydrated Kelp Meal, Salt, DL-Methionine, Choline Chloride, Organic Vegetable Oil, Hemicellulose Extract, Organic Origanum Oil, Organic Cinnamon Bark Oil, Organic Thyme Oil, Zinc Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Active Dry Yeast, d-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate, Ferrous Sulfate, Niacin Supplement, Selenium Yeast, Organic Wheat Flour, Penicillium Funiculosum Fermentation Product, Copper Sulfate, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Acetate, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Thiamine Mononitrate, Calcium Iodate, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Folic Acid, Biotin, and Sodium Selenite

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein MIN|16.0%
Crude FatMIN|3.0%
Crude Fiber MAX|5.5%
Calcium MIN|3.9%
Calcium MAX|4.9%
Phosphorus MIN|0.5%
Salt MIN|0.2%
Salt MAX|0.7%
Ash MAX|15.5%
Lysine MIN|0.7%
Methionine MIN|0.3%
Protein from NPN MAX|0.1%

Feed Organic Layer Crumbles as a complete diet to chickens and ducks starting at 20 weeks of age or when laying begins.


Additional Notes
  • Keep feeders full.
  • Offer free-choice Layer Grit to support nutrient digestion.
  • Offer free-choice Oyster Shell for strong eggshells.
  • Always provide clean, fresh water.
Feed Details
  • 16% Protein
  • Soy & corn free
  • Perfect for small & large beaks
  • Sustainable grub protein
  • Recyclable, compostable packaging
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Organic Layer Crumbles


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

  1. My hens and I are very happy with this food! Thanks for now making the grub protein formula in crumble form, this is exactly what I wanted for my chickens. We were using the the original layer Scratch and Peck for years but my newest group of pullets scattered it everywhere and only picked out their favorite bits. Switching them all to crumble was the easiest way for me to go. Because of course they don’t like pellets either. Oh chickens.

    I tried a different brand (not Scratch and Peck) of grub protein layer crumble for the last 7 months or so, and for the first time in my 8 years of chicken keeping my hens’ feathers were really ratty and overall they just seemed not-their-best. They were free from internal and external parasites and not sick.
    So I switched back to Scratch and Peck when I saw this crumble formula had launched and all my ladies are looking a lot better! Within a couple weeks their combs and wattles were bright red and they are laying more eggs. Their feathers won’t look great again until after they molt and grow new ones, but their feathers are not deteriorating further like they were so I’m taking that as a great sign. Scratch and Peck does have a higher omega 3 percentage than the other brand we tried so that could be a big help! I’m hopeful to see much better feather quality on them this time next year.

    So now I’ve got a layer feed from a brand I already trust, grub protein based, full of organic ingredients, in crumble form, the hens are bright and healthy, and they ALL eat it! I would recommend this to anyone else looking for that niche in a chicken feed.


  2. I was feeding my hens an organic grower crumble brand from TSC when I came across some videos of people using scratch and peck feed so I purchased a bag of the grower feed since my hens aren’t laying yet but I wanted to have this layer feed on hand for when they do. So far the hens love and are now thriving on the grower feed so I’m hoping they feel the same when I open this bag of layer feed in the near future.