Complete and Balanced Products
Encourage optimum growth and performance while minimizing the need and expense for other supplements.
Separate Products for Different Life Stages
Specific diets for starting chicks help to provide the correct nutrition and maximize growth.
Optimum Vitamin and Mineral Levels
Red A rations provide farm flock poultry producers with similar fortification levels found in commercial poultry diets.
High Calcium Level
High levels of calcium and other nutrients help ensure strong egg shells.
- Crude Protein, min: 16%
- Lysin, min: 0.64%
- Methionine, min: 0.32%
- Crude Fat, min: 2.5%
- Crude Fiber, max: 6.0%
- Calcium (Ca), min: 3.9%
- Calcium (Ca), max: 4.9%
- Phosphorus (P), min: 0.4%
- Salt (NaCl), min: 0.3%
- Salt (NaCl), max: 0.8%
Grain products, processed grain by-products, plant protein products, calcium carbonate, roughage products, forage products, salt, pork fat (preserves ith BHA), animal protein products, choline chloride, DL-methionine, sodium selenite, manganous oxide, ferrous sulfate, zinc oxide, zinc sulfate, manganese, sulfate, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D supplement, copper sulfate, vitamin E supplement, calcium pantothenate, niacin supplement, riboflavin supplement, folic acid, thiamin mononitrate, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12 supplement, biotin, ethylenediamine dihydriodide.
Feed as the sole ration on a free-choice basis to laying hens consuming at least 23 pounds of feed per 100 birds per day.
- Water - Poultry should have access to clean, fresh water at all times. When starting dol-old birds or after moving or transporting birds, give access to water before putting feed in the feeders.
- Grit - When birds have access to coarse litter or whole grains, an insoluble grit should be fed. Limit intake of grit to 1 pound per 100 pounds of feed or 3 pounds per 100 birds per week. Grit can be blended with their regular ration or offered free choice in a separate feeder.
- Do not allow feeders to run empty or stale feed to accumulate.
- Never feed any feedstuffs that are moldy, musty or suspect in any way.
- Supplemental feeding of oyster shells may be necessary after 45 weeks of age to improve shell quality.