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     POULTRY PRODUCTS  

     POULTRY PRODUCTS  

    Give Your Flock the Best Nutrition Possible

    We offer a variety of all-natural poultry feeds, supplements and treats that contain sun-grown grains, plant proteins, vitamins and minerals. So you can find what’s best for your flock.

     
    Start & Grow® Medicated and Non-Medicated
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    Flock Raiser Pellets
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    Layena® Plus Omega 3
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    Layena® Pellets & Crumbles
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    Information from Our Poultry Experts

    Animal experts at the Purina Animal Nutrition Center share their knowledge about poultry.

    Q
    What do I need to do to prepare for the arrival of my chicks?
    A
    Several days before you bring them home, thoroughly clean and disinfect the brooder house and any equipment the chicks will use. Doing this in advance will allow everything to dry completely. Dampness is a mortal enemy to chicks, resulting in chilling and encouraging disease. When the premises are dry, place 4 to 6 inches of dry litter material (wood shavings or a commercial litter) on the floor. Also be sure to have plenty of fresh feed on hand — at least two 1-quart or one 1-gallon waterer for every 25 to 50 chicks.