To ensure that we have the right nutrients and ingredients for a rich and healthy chicken feed, we produce our own feed. They receive a multigrain diet which consists predominantly of wheat and corn. Soybean meal, animal proteins and vegetable proteins are also fed to our chickens at different developmental stages. Just like many people take daily multivitamin, we add vitamins and minerals to our feed preparation.
Starter feed is a protein dense variety of chicken feed designed to meet the dietary requirements of baby chicks. Generally speaking, baby chicks can live comfortably on a diet of starter feed and water for the first 8 weeks of their life before progressing onto grower feed.
Grower feed in many ways is like chicken feed for teenage chicks. The dietary requirement for a chicken between 8 to 20 weeks old is very different from a baby chick.
Layers mash has been formulated to provide the required energy, proteins and minerals to ensure sustained egg production from the 19th week till the layers are culled.