Purina Game Bird Layer Crumbles

by Purina Mills
$27.49
  • Delivery Available with Online Checkout
  • Not Available In-store at Colchester Mackey's
  • Not Available In-store at Willimantic Mackey's
  • Not Available In-store at Woodstock Mackey's

**Specialty Item, please allow 7-10 days for delivery to ensure the freshest product available.**

Purina® Game Bird Layer supports laying game birds with everything they need for fertility, embryo development, egg production and chick vigor. This complete feed contains a blend of vitamins and minerals to support strong eggshell production in pheasants, quail, ducks, geese, chukars, guinea hens and other exotics. Feed only to layers before the onset of egg production and throughout the season. Do not feed to male birds.

Features & Benefits

Supports egg production

All the nutrients needed for proper production and eggshell strength

Balanced levels of amino acids, energy, vitamins and minerals

Designed to keep breeders in top condition for egg production and hatchability

High protein

18% protein to support bird health, egg production and strong chicks

Calcium-fortified

For strong eggshells

Optimum levels of amino acids and salt

Proper blend of amino acids and salt help suppress aggressive behavior and cannibalism

Easy feeding crumbles

Crumble form to encourage feed intake while providing complete and balanced nutrition in every bite.

Nutrients

Nutrient
Min / Max
Amount

Crude Protein
MIN
18.00 %

Lysine
MIN
0.90 %

Methionine
MIN
0.34 %

CrudeFat
MIN
2.50 %

Crude Fiber
MAX
7.00 %

Calcium (Ca)
MIN
2.50 %

Calcium (Ca)
MAX
3.50 %

Phosphorus (P)
MIN
0.65 %

Salt (NaCl)
MIN
0.25 %

Salt (NaCl)
MAX
0.75 %

Sodium (Na)
MAX
0.55 %

Feeding Directions

Description
Feed free-choice as a sole ration to birds from one month prior to egg production until production ceases, or until you wish to stop production.
Caution
Store in a dry, well-ventilated area free from rodents and insects. DO NOT use moldy or insect-infested feed.
Important
Clean, fresh water should be available to the birds at all times.   A feeding program is only as effective as the management practices followed.

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