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  • Dad and soon feeding flock of chickens

    New Bits: Better for your birds and your bottom line

    Can feed form improve your flocks feeding experience? Good nutrition contributes to a healthier flock, exceptional eggs, vibrant plumage, and happier birds. At Nutrena, we believe nutrition is key for...

  • Woman collecting eggs from coop

    NatureWise Nourishing: Cooking Up a Special Feed

    Can the way poultry feed is made enhance nutrient absorption? At Nutrena, what’s inside counts. And the way the feed is cooked counts, too. For over 100 years, Nutrena has been continually innovatin...

  • Man checking chicken feeder in coop.

    NatureWise Nourishing: Pound for Pound an Exceptional Value

    What makes a poultry feed a good value? What does good value in a feed mean to you? Is it a fair price? Quality ingredients? Less waste? NatureWise Nourishing was formulated with these things in mind....

  • Ducks: Special Dietary Needs

    Are you a chicken keeper who would like to add some ducks to your flock? Learn about the nutritional needs of ducks. Chickens and ducks have similar dietary needs, with some important differences. Fre...

  • ducks-walking

    Duck Tales: Newbie Confessions

    The following series will take you on a journey with Nutrena Poultry Expert, Twain Lockhart and his wife as they navigate the ins and outs of duck ownership. Recently, my wife and I were at our local ...

  • white ducks

    Why Keep Ducks?

    The backyard chicken keeping movement has been growing steadily over the past few years, invading residential neighborhoods, but what you may not realize is that backyard ducks are quietly growing in ...

  • Feeding and Housing Ducks

    Domestic ducks can co-exist very happily with backyard chickens. Their basic feed and shelter requirements very similar to those of chickens – with only a few minor differences. HousingDucks are...

  • baby duck in man's hands

    Brooding Ducklings

    While it is possible to successfully brood chicks and ducklings together, it really is preferable to brood them separately for several reasons:...