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Poultry Feed

Our customers have had great success using the Colorado Soy poultry feeds. Breeders have better production, hatchability and live ability.  Commercial egg layers maintain a better and longer lay with fine quality eggs and a savings on feed.

"If poultry are expected to remain healthy and productive, they must consume adequate amounts of all the necessary nutrients. The quantity of each required nutrient varies depending on many variables like species of bird, age, productive state, environmental conditions and disease status. Fortunately, many nutritional deficiency problems can be identified by the unique symptom each exhibits.

There are many types of beans including soybeans that are used as ingredients in bird diets. In general, all beans and peas are good protein and energy sources for birds. The primary problem with their use is that they must be processed prior to feeding."

Excerpt from MSU Poultry Feeds & Nutrition

 


Compare!

Click on a product tab (below) to discover the benefits of one of the Colorado Soy feeds.  You can also do a side-by-side comparison of the guaranteed analysis labels.  Find the BEST Colorado Soy feed to meet the needs of your livestock.

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•    16% protein
•    Feed as a free choice supplement
•    Helps during the mulching period

 

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•    25% protein
•    Sole ration to starting turkeys
•    Highly digestible

 

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•    16% digestible protein
•    Sole ration
•    Increases egg production
•    For laying chicks

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•    20% protein
•    For use from start to finish
•    A complete meal
•    Sole ration till switch to laying hens

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•    For wild birds