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Chicken Layers Pellets 20kg
Layers Pellets should be fed 3 weeks before your chickens start to lay, which is approximately 20 - 24 weeks of age, the point of lay will vary depending on the variety of chickens you keep, for instance Buff, Sussex, Brahmas and Wyandotte, but are also suitable for laying ducks and bantams.
How many layer pellets should I feed my chickens?
We are frequently ask by new owners how much their chickens should be fed using layers pellets, so we have answered the question below assuming your chickens are of an average weight and size.
Typical feeding requirements for a chicken that is fed layers pellets is approximately 110 - 125g per day, but please remember this will vary depending on the variety and size of chickens you keep!
Layers Pellets - Nutritional Information
- Vegetarian Formula
- Fully traceable raw materials
- Non medicated pellets, with NO wormer
- Also suitable for laying ducks and bantams
- Contains NO genetically modified ingredients
- Protein: 16%, Oil: 3.5%, Fibre: 3.5%, Ash: 12.5%
Wheat, Extracted Sunflower, Limestone Flour, Wheatfeed, Dehulled Soya Bean Meal, Distiller's Wheat Grains, Vegetable Oil, Vitamin/Trace Mineral Premix, Diacalcium, Phosphate, Salt, L-Lysine, Sodium Bicarbonate, Pumpkin Squash, Broccoli, Spinach, Tomato, Marigold
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