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Duck & All Flock Starter

Start your flock off right and support proper growth with the proper balance of protein, vitamins and minerals.

22.0% Crude Protein
5.0% Max Crude Fiber
3.25% Crude Fat
  • Guaranteed Analysis

    Nutrient Level
    Crude Protein, minimum 22.0%
    Lysine, minimum 1.2%
    Methionine, minimum 0.5%
    Crude Fat, minimum 3.25%
    Crude Fiber, maximum 5.0%
    Calcium, minimum 0.85%
    Calcium, maximum 1.35%
    Niacin level, minimum 29 MG/lb
    Phosphorus, minimum 0.55%
    Salt, minimum 0.25%
    Salt, maximum 0.65%
    Sodium, minimum 0.15%
    Sodium, maximum 0.24%
    Vitamin A, minimum 4,700 IU/lb
    Vitamin D3, minimum 1,880 IU/lb
    Lactobacillus acidophilus, minimum 2.55 MIL CFU/LB
    Lactobacillus casei, minimum 2.55 MIL CFU/LB
    Bifidobacterium thermophilum, minimum 2.55 MIL CFU/LB
    Enterococcus Faecium, minimum 2.55 MIL CFU/LB

  • Feeding Instructions

    Feed as the sole diet from:

    • Hatch to 4 weeks for ducks.
    • Hatch to 3 weeks for goslings.
    • Hatch to 8 weeks for turkeys, guinea fowl, pheasants, chukars, and quail.
    • Hatch to 16 weeks for laying chickens.

    Don’t let feeders run empty. Clean feeds and waterers regularly. Keep clean, fresh water available at all times.

Our Features

  • Multi-purpose formula for many species of young poultry

  • May be fed to ducklings, goslings, turkey poults and more

  • Prebiotics and probiotics included to support digestion and nutrient absorption

  • Guaranteed niacin levels to support the specific needs of ducklings

  • Crumble form encourages consumption

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