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Feed Organic Layer Mash 18% as a complete diet to laying chickens and ducks starting at 20 weeks of age or when laying begins.
- Keep feeders full.
- Offer free-choice Layer Grit to support nutrient digestion.
- Offer free-choice Oyster Shell for strong eggshells.
- Feed dry, moistened, or fermented.
- Always provide clean, fresh water.
- 18% Protein
- Soy & corn free
- Sustainable grub protein
- For healthy, wholesome eggs
- Ferment for beneficial probiotic bacterias
- Recyclable, compostable packaging
Organic Layer Mash 18%
We are proud to be the first feed manufacturer to be both certified organic and non-GMO verified.