It's called "chick starter," medicated or non-chick starter or chick MASH. Watch out though: many brands of chick starter have 'animal byproducts' and 'animal fat' in them, as well as being loaded with chemicals. You want to try to get grain chick starter, without animal products in it. Also, there's really no need at all to have medicated feed. Sometimes the 'medication' does more harm than good.Feed for Baby ChickensAsk For Scratch At A Feed Store, Southern States, etc. What I useNot to sound like an ad for Purina, but I have used all Purina feed which has worked quite well. For Purina brand, you'll want to start your chicks out on Purina Mills Start & Grow SunFresh Recipe. They can be fed this from hatch to laying age (approximately 18 weeks). I started adding Purina Mills Layena SunFresh Recipe gradually to the Start & Grow at about 14 weeks (to acclimate the chickens) until it was nothing but Layena. The Layena is for laying hens. There are other products available if you have show birds or are raising them for meat. They also have scratch (think of it as a snack for chickens), which my chickens absolutely love. More helpMany brands of Chick starter are available from all feed stores and comes as a medicated and non medicated product as per above. If this is not available to you the chicks can be started wih any brand of baby cereal (wheat, oats, barley and rice). This is the right size for the very young chick as they cannot manage the size of the bulk food well. It only takes a few weeks on this to get them to a size where they can be given commercial feed.
One of the best things though, is to simply grind up some corn and wheat. You can add a bit of water to make a mush, which they love. Also, a good thing to feed them is crushed oatmeal, dry or wet.
Yes you can.
Chick crumbs/crumblesor you can go right to either a local pet store or Farm and Tractor and buy some chick feed, that's what we did because we just bought some baby chickens.
Yes, it is like grass. Which is a chickens favorite food.
No! In fact they can choke on it. When you go to the feed store tell them what age chickens you have and they will help you select the appropriate feed.
Chicken starter can be purchased from your local stock feed store which has been formulated for feeding to baby chickens. If you need to feed the baby chicks something until you get to the feed store, you can feed them cooled boiled eggs.
Baby chicks can eat bread but it must be torn into small pieces
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TSC, Rural King, or your local feed mill.
You feed CHICKENS by right clicking them with seeds.
Chickens will eat a variety of feed. Feed stores have chicken feed in bags you can buy.
Baby chickens should be fed small-ground chicken feed. If you only have standard chicken feed, you can grind it yourself. If you had to feed them fruit though, they should be able to eat anything that doesn't contain somewhat large seeds (like blackberries for instance)
Chicks hatch and know instinctively what to eat. Brood hens do not teach or feed the chicks.
It depends if the baby chickens are with their mother or not.
nothing, the mother will feed it.
if you feed chickens eggs they will start eating there own eggs.
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chickens eat feed.
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Generally, baby chickens cost somewhere between $1-$3 each at a feed store, but prices vary.
You can indeed feed chickens pumpkin. Many chickens actually really enjoy the taste of pumpkin seeds and consider them a treat.
depending on the size of the Burm you can feed it baby rats or adult mice when they are small up to large rabbits, plucked chickens or Guinea Pigs..
other chickens and human body parts
You can feed chickens layer feed to make their egg shells harder. You can also feed them scraps and oyster shells.