Purina Poultry

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two stuffed animals sitting in the leaves next to a chicken and christmas tree ornament
Happy holidays to you and your flock! This chicken is all decked out for flockmas. Thanks to a Purina Poultry Facebook fan for sharing this festive photo.
a heart made out of eggs on the ground
Benefits of Farm Fresh Eggs | Purina Animal Nutrition
Farm fresh eggs are the best! Here are five reasons to start raising chickens and get fresh eggs from your backyard.
a woman standing next to a white chicken house
Wheels and handles: moveable chicken coop as seen on Martha Stewart (green, white, or barn red)
three chickens are sitting in the grass together
Baby chicks. Purina Chick Days 2017.
three eggs are in the palm of someone's hand, one is brown and one is white
Benefits of Farm Fresh Eggs | Purina Animal Nutrition
Which chicken breeds lay blue, green or pink eggs? In this fan photo, the eggs are laid by: • Olive egg: Olive Egger (Easter Egger x Welsummer) • Light blue egg: Easter Egger • Pink egg: Australorp
two chickens standing next to each other in the grass with text overlay that reads feed your birds organic from the start try today
Purina® Organic Chicken Feeds | Purina
How to produce organic eggs in your backyard: Feed your chickens organic feed! Learn more about organic chicken feed: www.PurinaOrganicFeed.com.
an info sheet describing different types of chickens
How to Switch to a Chicken Layer Feed| Purina Animal Nutrition
Chickens, duck, geese and turkeys require specific nutrients during each life stage. By adjusting what we feed our birds as they grow, we can contribute to the flock’s health and happiness. To help your flock thrive, select a complete feed that is formulated specifically for your bird’s age, species or stage of production.
a chicken is standing in the dirt near some flowers and grass with an ad for purima
One hen can produce up to 300 wholesome, nutritious eggs. Learn about the nutrition provided by home-raised eggs: http://www.purinamills.com/animal-nutrition-information/articles/backyard-poultry/egg-nutritional-facts/
a brochure with an image of a chicken in the grass and text that reads give your chicks a strong start
How to Start Raising Chickens | Purina Animal Nutrition
Ready to welcome new chicks to your home? Follow a few simple steps before you start raising chickens. Learn more by clicking the graphic!
three bags of pet food are shown with the words options for every flock on them
Purina® Organic Chicken Feeds | Purina
What’s the best chicken feed for your new chicks? It depends on their breed and your goals. For chicks who will later lay eggs, select a feed that has 18% protein, like Purina® Start & Grow®. For meat birds and mixed flocks, choose a complete feed with 20% protein, like Purina® Flock Raiser® Crumbles. For organic flocks, look for a feed that is USDA-Certified Organic, like Purina® Organic Starter-Grower.