Aug 30, 2012

Nutrena Poultry Feeds GIVEAWAY!

NUTRENA POULTRY FEEDS GIVEAWAY!
August 30-31, 2012
ENTER to WIN a FREE BAG of NUTRENA FEED!




 Last month when I was contacted by the makers of Nutrena® Poultry Feeds asking to sponsor my blog, the decision was a no-brainer. My chicks began eating Nutrena Starter Grower the day I brought them home and look how they've grown in 4 months!

If you aren't already familiar with Nutrena, here's a little bit about the company, straight from their own website: Nutrena has been helping people raise healthy poultry with wholesome, nutritious feeds for more than 85 years. Nutrena is unique in its disciplined, scientific approach to animal nutrition with more than 75 members of their expert team of researchers and scientists who hold PhDs from all over the world. They boast this expert team's focus on using sound science to create superior nutritional solutions. To read some of the most frequently asked questions about their feeds, visit their website here.
If you have never tried Nutrena poultry feeds, here's your chance!

2 simple steps to enter the giveaway:

1. Subscribe to my blog
and
2. Leave a comment below, telling me which brand of feed you give your flock and if you've never tried Nutrena feeds, that you'd love to try Nutrena!

Giveaway ends 8/31/12 at 9pm EST.
Winner chosen randomly from eligible entries & notified via email if address provided, or by reply to their comment below.


152 comments :

  1. I give my chickens which ever feed is on sale. I would love to try a bag of Nutrena feed.


    Elizabeth from Upcycled Farm

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  2. I normally use Purina Starter (medicated) and Layer feed (crumbles) but would love to try Nutrena feeds to see if they improve the health of my chickens and the number of eggs laid.

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  3. Not sure what it is to be honest. My husband gets it at the local feed mill. I would LOVE to try Nutrena! My chickens have become a BIG part of my life : )

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  4. We rised our chicks on this awesome food! They grew up to be healthy and happy. GREAT food and we recommend it to anyone who asks!

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  5. I've just been buying what was on sale..currently Purina Crumbles and Purina pellets. I would LOVE to try Nutrena feeds!

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  6. I use a local brand, but I would love to try nutrena! Looks like it works for the Chicken Chick!

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  7. I would love to try Nutrena for my flock! I have 30 new hens getting ready to lay and I want them to be productive and lay the best eggs!

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  8. I would love to try Nutrena for my flock! I have 30 new hens getting ready to lay and I want them to be productive and lay the best eggs!

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  9. My new chicks might arrive after the hurricane passes. I'd love to try Nutrena! Great food to start out my new babies on! thanks, Garilyn

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  10. We've been feeding Layena, but we'd LOVE to try Nutrena!

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  11. I receive your blog via email... thank you so much for sharing! We currently feed DuMor. I heard about Nutrena chicken food a few months back but cannot find anyone who carries it around here. I would LOVE to try this nutritious, high quality food.... I know my flock would enjoy and love it, too!:)

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  12. I use the co-op brand, but never tried Nutrena. Would love to, though! rlb118@hotmail.com

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  13. Started my 3 week old chicks on Nutrena Country Feeds chick starter and have to say that they are growing like weeds. Their feathers are beautiful and they are very active.

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  14. Use Nutrena Feed all the time. Great product.

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  15. I use Nutrena feed for my chickens and horses!

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  16. I buy Nutrena feed from my local feed store by the pound. I would love to win a free bag.

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  17. I only feed Nutrena Nature Wise Layer to my girls and Nutrena starter/grower to my new chick! Made the mistake of switching to another brand (which shall remain nameless)because I wanted to try crumbles. 2 Weeks and my girls were either laying rubber shells or not laying at all! Soon as I figured out what had happened, in the garbage when the "other" brand name and back to Nutrena. Within 2 weeks my girls were right back to making me breakfast!!!

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  18. I use a local feed Scratch and Peck. But I would love to try Nutrina

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  19. I'd love to win a free bag of Nutrena poultry feed. I haven't tried that brand yet...our store only carries Purina brands so far.
    I'm already a follower of your blog. Thanks so much.

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  20. Laurie & Mark Ashley8/30/12, 9:00 PM

    We currently feed Purina Start & Grow Medicated, as it was what was recommended at our local feed store. These are our first chickens ever, so we wanted to follow advice from others who had more experience with growing up chicks :) We would LOVE to give the Nutrena foods a try, as our chicks are now 6 weeks old and starting to forage out int he yard as they learn to free range.

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  21. Kalmbach is the brand that I usually buy I have neever tried Nutrena but I would love to

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  22. Christine L.8/30/12, 9:08 PM

    I love nutrena feeds!! I feed them the starter grower non medicated and the naturewise layer. My senior gelding gets their life design senior and my goats get the nature wise goat feed. We are a nutrena family! :)

    Clayne317@gmail.com

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  23. Christine L.8/30/12, 9:09 PM

    I love nutrena feeds!! I feed them the starter grower non medicated and the naturewise layer. My senior gelding gets their life design senior and my goats get the nature wise goat feed. We are a nutrena family! :)

    Clayne317@gmail.com

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  24. I have always wanted to use Nutrena, but haven't been able to find it in my area. I currently use Dumor Starter/Finisher.

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  25. Jacki Kropf8/30/12, 9:22 PM

    This year I raised 11 chicks on Flock Raiser and then switched to a layer made by our local feed mill. I have never tried Nutrina but would be delighted to do so!

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  26. I subscribe via your RSS feed. We feed our chickens Purina brand feed.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  27. Already subscribe. We use dumor but would love try nutrena a try

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  28. I have never tried Nutrena, sounds like it is a great feed! I use Dumor. I would love to try Nutrena!

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  29. We started feeding Nutrena to our chickens about 6 months ago and will never go back to the other brands . We have a bunch of happy healthy birds.

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  30. Our birds love Nutrena , started them on it about 6 months ago and will never go back . We have a bunch of Happy , Healthy chickens .

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  31. I have pretty much been feeding my chicks Nutrena. They seem to like it.

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  32. I feed purina but I would love to try Nutrena. I will look for it at my feed store

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  33. I pretty much feed my chicks Nutrena. They seem to like it and I will keep feeding it to them.

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  34. I usually buy Dumor, but have also bought Layena when I had a coupon. I would love to try Nutrena and see how my girls produce with that!!

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  35. I feed Nutrena. I get the All-Flock. I am always happy with the quality of the product.

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  36. My daughter gets her's at the local feed mill - but I'd love to win this for her. Thanks! cokelush at gmail
    I'm subbed via email.

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  37. I feed Dumor starter/grower. I would love.to try Nutrena.

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  38. Never tried Nutrena but hope to get some hens soon and would love to try it. Thanks.Deb

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  39. I feed my chickens Dumor starter/grower. I would love to try Nutrena.

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  40. I LIKE you on Facebook. Love all the info. Will be getting chickens soon. Thanks. DEb

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  41. I would LOVE to try Nutrena! I've heard great things about it but my local feed store doesn't carry it:( I currently use Armada brand layer crumbles or Dumor.

    ~Christa
    cmkenyon01@yahoo.com

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  42. I feed my chickens purina layna pellets and crumble for the bantams.Id love to try Nutrena.Wonderful sponser.

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  43. We buy our feed from a local feed mill, but I would love to try Nutrena.

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  44. I have never tried Nutrena, I have only ever used Purina. I would love to try it though, I think my girls would appreciate the change!

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  45. I would love to try Nutrena! I am new to poultry raising, and looking for the best products to start them off right, and keep them healthy!

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  46. I would love to try it! I still haven't settled on the "perfect" feed yet.

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  47. Esther Widgren8/31/12, 12:38 AM

    I have been feeding Purina feeds; most recently Layena.
    My nine girls seem to be doing well on it but I'd love to try the Nutrena feed too!

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  48. I feed my girls blue seal, but would love to try Nutreena!

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  49. (Alexis Henry, Chicken Well Eggs) I have fed Nutrena since my chicks 1st day. All my girls and boys have done GREAT on their feed. Even the featherless hens I got from a friend that are now growing all their feathers back! I would love another bag to add to their barrel!

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  50. i haven't had chickens yet, but i'm building my coop, so i've never fed them, yet.... ;)

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  51. i don't have chicks, yet. their coop is being built as we speak. so I'm up for whatever is the best food for them!

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  52. I use feed from a local mill. Never tried Nutrena feeds, I'd love to try Nutrena!

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  53. Never tried Nutrena feeds having an issue finding a store selling the poultry line. Tractor supply is only selling the horse line.

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  54. I am currently using Dumor! And I would love to try Nutrena!

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  55. I feed whatever is on sale or that I have coupons for. Have never tried Nutrena but would LoVe to!

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  56. I'm not sure what my husband picks up for our chickens but I know Nutrena and know it's a trusted brand! I would love to try it!

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  57. I have been using Dumor but would love to try Nutrena.

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  58. I feed my girls the medicated starter grower. I have to travel almost an hour to get it. I will travel to feed what I feel is the best for them.

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  59. I use Purena Start & Grow for my chicks, as that is what is available at my local feed store. I would LOVE to try the Nutrena feed with my young flock!

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  60. I'm also a subscriber and love your blog!

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  61. We use a local scratch mis for our flock but would love to try Nutrena

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  62. I feed from a local mill, but would love to try Nutrena!

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  63. Crystal Jebeles Taylor8/31/12, 9:20 AM

    My girls love Purina Laying Crumbles. Hoping I win so I can try Nutrena brand out and see if it's any healthier for my girls! I have heard really good things about Nutrena! I'm already subscribed to your blog!

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  64. My feed stores usually give me Purina or Big V, depending on which store I go to. I don't know if they carry Nutrena. I will ask and see because I would love to try it.

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  65. I usually get Purina or Big V because that is what my feed stores sell me. I don't know if they carry Nutrena. I will ask them because I would love to try it.

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  66. I'd love to try Nutrena. We currently feed a mix from our local mill.

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  67. I'd love to try Nutrena. Our birds currently eat a mix from our local mill.

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  68. We currently are feeding DuMor but I would love to try the Nutrena country wise layer feed.

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  69. I currently use you DuMor but would love to try the Nutrena country wise layer feed.

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  70. My neighbor has a flock of chickens of various ages which have the run of our hill. They dust bathe, eat bugs and lay their eggs in my yard so I like to feed them. I buy whatever feed the store near me has at the time but would love to try Nutrena; then maybe I could talk our local store into carrying it!

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  71. My neighbor has a flock of free range chickens of various ages who have the run of our hill. They dust bathe, eat bugs and lay eggs at my place, so I like to feed them when they come over. Currently I use whatever feed that is carried by the store close to my house, so I would love to try Nutrena Poultry feed.

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  72. I would love to win the Nutrena layer feed as I am new to chicken raising and my chickens are reaching the age where they should start laying soon, hopefully :). Thanks so much for the opportunity to win this wonderful product!!

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  73. I use Purina with Omega but would love to try a bag of Nutrena!

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  74. I use Purina with Omega but would live to try a bag of Nutrena!

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  75. We use Purina right now. Have never tried Nutrena, but would love to try it!

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  76. jester2@zoominternet.net8/31/12, 10:50 AM

    I would love to try Nutrena. I currently have 4 Rhode Island Reds who are starting to reach over their prime. Maybe Nutrena will give them the boost they need. Karen

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    1. Congratulations Karen! You are the winner of tonight's giveaway! I will contact you for your mailing address. Enjoy!

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  77. We would love to try Nutrena. We purchase our feed from a local mill, but our ladies love variety! They are some spoiled chickies...

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  78. jester2@zoominternet.net8/31/12, 10:51 AM

    Sorry I didn't give the name I currently feed. It's the Agway brand of chicken feed.. I would love to try the Nutrena.

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  79. Hello We are a Nutrena Dealer and I use the layer pellets. My chickens and ducks LOVE it!!!

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  80. I feed my chickens the store brand that Tractor Supply carries. I used Nutrena first and my girls loved it, but no stores close to me carry it. They don't seem to like their current feed as much as they liked the Nutrena. I'd love to win some and get them back on it!

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  81. Never tried anything but Nutrena. My ladies are six months old and thriving.

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  82. Nikki Seiler8/31/12, 10:55 AM

    Our local feedstore (which is very small and rural) only stocks Nutrena and that is all we have ever fed our flock - and they do very well. I got between pellets and crumbles (sometimes I think that I get better egg production on crumbles), but always Nutrena! Oddly enough I have just purchased my, first ever, bag of "Purina" starter/grower from Tractor Supply last week simply because it was $1 cheaper :-/

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  83. Started my ladies on Nutrena when they were just 1 day old and have never tried anything else. They are thriving hens at 6 months old now.

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  84. I feed mine Nutrena 99 percent of the time. The only time is when feed stores are sold out...They love it better than any other brand and are happy on it...it shows with the eggs they lay. Please enter me I do follow you GFC and Networked Thanks Dolly

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  85. I buy what's on sale, but would love to give Nutrena a try!

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  86. I use the starter for my new chicks and the lay for my hens i don't care for pelletts the girls don't care for them they like crumble or the smashed kind

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  87. I use Nutrena layer pellets and Scratch grains for my chickens. I also used Nutrena chick starter when they were babes. It is a great brand and all my chickens are healthy, happy and well fed :)

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  88. Our birds get Blue Seal and SunFresh feeds, but we would LOVE to try some new Nutrena to get some good weight back on my babies that we almost lost to illness.

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  89. I use Nutrena Layer Pellets and Scratch Grains for my chickens. I have been very satisfied with their products. When my chickens were wee babes, I used Nutrena Chick Starter. Thanks to Nutrena my birds are healthy, happy and well fed!

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  90. Our girls have been feeding on DuMore Chick starter, but I would love to try them on Nutrena and see if they start laying any sooner! Love your blog and FB pages!!

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  91. I've been feeding my girls Nutrena all flock, I'll switch them to the layer pellets for the next bag now that they're getting close to POL. Good feed, the girls are very active and growing beautiful feathers.

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  92. I have not used Nutrena for my flock. After reviewing the products offered by Nutrena, I would feed my girls the layer crumbles. It would be nice if they offered samples to see how the girls liked the feed before switching.

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  93. I have not used Nutrena for my flock. After reviewing the products offered by Nutrena, I would feed my girls the layer crumbles. It would be nice if they offered samples to see how the girls liked the feed before switching.

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  94. I am brand new to keeping chickens and have used Purina starter and using Layena...I would love to try Nutrena, as I have heard lots of good things.

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  95. I would love to try Nutrena!,right now I use Dumor

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  96. We feed our girls DuMor Chick starter, but would love to try them on Nutrena. Love your blog and your FB posts!

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  97. I use Dumor right now but I would LOVE to try NUTRENA!

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  98. Hubby usually buys whatever is least expensive, but would love to try Nutrena!

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  99. Haven't found Nutrena where I shop. I would love to try a bag!

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  100. I would love to try Nutrena! I am down to my last hen and rooster and am planning on starting new chicks in the spring so their chick starter would be perfect for that!!!

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  101. I feed Nutrena & love it! I have fed another brand I pick up at the same feed store, however I can tell the difference in my girls. I like the pellets for my "big"girls & will use their starter for my chicks this spring. I would love to win a free bag!
    I follow your blog & facebook & receive your email! Always great information! Now off to search your blog on information on introducing new chickens to my current flock....

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  102. I use Nutrena Nature Wise, but have to go three hours to get it. The local feed store does not carry it. Oh I wish they did.

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  103. I use Nutrena Nature Wise, but have to go three hours to get it. The local feed store does not carry it. Oh I wish they did.

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  104. I used to use the local feed store brand until the store associate told me about the Nutrena one day when they were out. He said they can hardly keep it on the shelf. They only had 2 kind. Only slightly higher in price, I tried the pellets. LOVED it! Chickens didn't eat as much because it was more fulfilling. I got richer eggs. With gas prices the way they are, I don't often drive the extra 10 miles (one way) to get this. Usually, hubby stops at TSC on his way hom e from work and picks up the DuMor (I think that's it) pellets. Not as good as Nutrena though. I've never seen the Country Feeds line anywhere. Nutrena really needs to get TSC to carry their line!! Oh and, a free bag of feed would be AWESOME! Have some young hens that are due to start laying in the next monthish. :)

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  105. I use Bob White but would love to try Nutrena.

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  106. I use Bob White. But I would love to try Nutrena.:)

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  107. We raise most of the food for our flocks...and add some layer pellets from the local Outdoor Heaquarter's...I have tried Nutrena and love it! Would love to try it again. Thanks!

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  108. We raise most of the food for our flocks, saves money..I also supplement with layer pellets from the local Outdoor's Headquarters...I have tried and do like Nutrena. Wish I could afford it always...and would love to feed it to my girls again. Thanks for the opportunity Kathy!

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  109. I would love to try Nutrena. I use FRM now but would like to try different feed for the flock.

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  110. My birds get Purina, HMC (Harrell Milling Co)depending on which feed store I'm nearest at the time. Would love to try Nutrena

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  111. My birds get Purina, HMC (HaRRELL mILLING cO) depending on which feed store I'm closest to at the time.

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  112. I'd like to try Nutrena since it seems healthier and tastier than Layena. My girls don't care much for Layena and eat it only as a last resort if I don't have something homemade for them. But I can put dried mealworms in anything and they'll go for it.

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  113. I feed my flock Star Brand Lay Pellets and I've never tried Nutrena feeds. I'd love to try Nutrena!

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  114. I currently feed Southern States Layer Pellets. Not heard of Nutrena before but am up for trying anything!

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  115. Right now we are using Layena but I would LOVE to try this feed!! :) I am always trying to do better for our feather family. :)

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  116. This is so awsome that Nutrena is now a sponsor!
    We've been feeding our girls with Nutrena Layer Feed for about a year now.
    They're healthy and great layers.
    We buy it 2 large bags at a time from Big R Stores.

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  117. I usually feed land o lakes feed, but am looking for a pelleted feed. I also supplement withbkelp and herbs, but would love to use Nutrena feeds...Pick me!

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  118. I use several different feeds & find the Nutrena very good. It has been a while-been trying local feed mills-but would love to try again!

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  119. Hey Y'all from South Carolina
    I have never tried Nutrena, but after reading this and their website i think i want to! I live in the city limits of Myrtle Beach, and i must drive 30 miles to buy feed! And my city council has passed the first backyard chicken restriction :( . I may only have 6 of any fowl. Ummmm.............Houston we have a problem.
    Thanks Wes

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  120. I have never tried Nutrena, but after reading their web site and the info here, i want to! I live in the city limits of Myrtle Beach SC, & i must drive 30 miles to buy food for my flock. My city Government has passed our first law limiting back yard chickens, seems i am now only allowed to own 6 of any fowl. Hummmmm....... Houston we have a problem.
    Thanks
    Wes

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  121. I've only had my chickens for 2 1/2 months and am feeding DuMor Starter feed but I'd LOVE to try the Nutrena!!!

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  122. I have been using Nutrena since my girls arrived the end of May 2012. I'm new to the wonderful world of chickens and lovin' it. I know very soon my girls will show me how much they love me by laying wonderful farm fresh eggs! Yay! I can thank Nutrena for my eggs.

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    1. Joduette - I just started my poultry adventure in May also. I'm waiting for my ameraucana's to start laying - CAN'T WAIT! Look me up on home page and my egg selling page: Alexis Henry and Chicken Well Eggs!

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  123. I have not used Nutrena. Not sure who carries the brand unfortunately. Right now I buy from MFA feed using there blend. The farm store charges more for there brand and I would get 10 pounds less! Would love to try Nutrena if I can find out who carries it locally :)

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  124. I have never used Nutrena for chickens, but I love their products for me horses!

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  125. I love it! I guess I should say my gang loves it! I use the Nature Wise Layer. It's the closest to organic that I can afford. 

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  126. I would love to try it, are they NON GMO?

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  127. We feed Nutrena Country Layer pellets to our crew. I have always been happy with this feed and the local store that sells it is wonderful! I am considering supplementing with my own homemade feed though as the price of Nutrena (dog food too) keeps going up :(

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  128. Hmm. Not sure if I already posted or not. Hope this isn't a repeat. We do feed Nutrena to our crew. Country layer pellets. They love it. I ran out once (on Sunday, the day our local feed store is closed) and had to offer them a substitute, those picky little buggers were not impressed.

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  129. Chris Mitchell12/4/12, 5:36 PM

    I'd LOVE to try Nutrena feed :)

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  130. I feed Layena, but only because that's what I know.  I've recently switched my horses over to Nutrena, and would consider it for my ladies after a test run.

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  131. I read about Nutrena and bought it at a local store for about 5 months. I cannot recall the particular type but it was a natural one with the grit included. I was so impressed with it! My neighbors have a lone hen who started spending time with my flock about that time and she was eating their feed during the day. About a month or 2 later she laid her first egg in a year and continued to lay about 1 a week until I stopped buying it because I haven't been able to get it locally anymore. I have tried a couple of different brands and have an organic one I am using right now. I would definitely use Nutrena again if I could get it!

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  132. Nutrena primarily all we use for our chickens our birds produce more and are happier with their products.

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  133. I have used DuMor layer pellets but would like to try the Nutrena layer  

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  134. We usually feed Farmer's Choice, which is what my feed store carries, but I have been looking to find a new brand.  I've never tried Nutrena, but I'd love to give it a chance.

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  135. I use chick starter and all purpose flock. I love it!

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  136. I use Nutrena Layer Feed...my girls love it!!

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  137. I've not used Nutrena, i'm game for trying any feed that is good for my flock!  I use Purina right now but i'm looking for a local place to buy "amish style" or in bulk :) 

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  138. I use purina but I would love to try nutrena

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  139. I use purina but I would to try nutrena

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  140. I've never used Nutrena. but would love to try their laying mix.

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  141. TheChickenChick12/4/12, 7:04 PM

    From the Nutrena website:
    "Some of our products may contain genetically modified ingredients. It’s important to remember that all grain is technically genetically-modified, as simple plant breeding is a form of genetic modification.
    Agricultural biotechnology (including genetically engineering grain in a laboratory to enhance desired traits) is thoroughly researched, regulated, and safe to feed your animal. GMO ingredients are prevalent in the feed supply chain. Because grain for feed is purchased in bulk from large storage facilities, it is not possible to tell which corn has been genetically engineered. It is possible to specifically purchase “non-GMO” grains, but this comes at a premium price. Producing feed with non-GMO grains would be cost prohibitive." http://www.nutrenaworld.com/nutrena/knowledge-center/poultry/poultry-feed-frequently-asked-questions/index.jsp

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  142. A bag of feed would be a wonderful help. I have new babies come in next week. Also have 1 year olds arriving next week (from friends) to help with egg laying till my new babies are old enough. Laying mash would be very handy right now.

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  143. I have been giving mine the purina brand, all i have available here :)

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  144. i have never used Nutrena food but getting ready to switch to layer feed. Would love to try for my (5) girls..
    :)

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  145. JessicaHughett8/10/13, 8:11 AM

    I adore your site! Thank you!

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  146. Sagadahoc Bay Silkies7/5/14, 7:48 PM

    After tons and tons of research.... Did I mention this was for my first flock of babies? So of course I exhausted all avenues before choosing a food, because what they eat is very important. I mean, that is more than half of what they do all day.... So, my 17 Silkie bantam chicks and 2 Millie Fleur D'Uccles, and 1 white crested polish Bantam have been feasting on Nutrena NatureWise Starter Grower for three weeks now. They love it! I didn't think it was possible for little tiny bantams to eat like such piggies, but they gobble it up and I can barely keep their feeders full! I had a lot of criteria in a food, pre and pro biotics were important, good protein, they add a lot of nice things for a very nicely priced food. Another big plus for Bantam chick owners is the crumble size is very small, which allows for less waste.

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