Chicken Supplies

Chicken Supplies

When you’re in need of the finest poultry feed and other chicken supplies, make a stop at L&M Fleet Supply.

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  1. Miller 8 Gallon Double Wall Metal Poultry Fount
    Miller Manufacturing Miller 8 Gallon Double Wall Metal Poultry Fount
    $46.99
  2. Miller 36" Reel-Top Poultry Range Feeder
    Miller Manufacturing Miller 36" Reel-Top Poultry Range Feeder
    $16.49
  3. Miller Quail Base Waterer, Screw On
    Miller Manufacturing Miller Quail Base Waterer, Screw On
    $1.39
  4. Miller CEGGWHT Ceramic Nest Eggs - White
    Miller Little Giant Miller CEGGWHT Ceramic Nest Eggs - White
    $4.69
  5. Miller Metal Hanging Poultry Feeder Cover
    Miller Little Giant Miller Metal Hanging Poultry Feeder Cover
    $3.99
  6. Purina Scratch Grains 50lb
    Purina Purina Scratch Grains 50lb
    Special Price $14.99 Regular Price $15.99
  7. Purina Flock Block 25 lbs.
    Purina Purina Flock Block 25 lbs.
    $13.99
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Take Care Of Your Chicks, Hens & Roosters

Find all the best brands, including Purina, Cargill, Miller and many more, at one of our 10 locations across the upper midwest or conveniently through our online store.

Types Of Chicken Feed

There are three types of chicken feed: crumbles, pellets, and mash. Mash and crumble, such as Country Companion Chick Grower Feed, are normally used as starter feed for chicks, although they can be mixed with water to make a heartier meal for chickens. Pellet feed, like Purina Layena Pellet Feed, are a larger form of food, made for adult chickens and roosters.

And don't forget the equipment needed to provide your poultry with enough food and water to grow healthy. Look to Miller-brand 12-pound Hanging Metal Feeder and 3-Gallon Heated Waterer and your chickens will be set come feeding time.

How To Raise Your Own Chicks

Raising baby chicks is a challenge, but the results of a healthy adult bird that lays eggs is worth the effort. After you purchase your chicks, you just need a few supplies to get started.

First, pick up a Farm Innovators Chick Starter Home Kit, featuring ten 18” high and 12” wide plastic that create a three-foot-round corral – large enough to house up to 15 chicks. Next, you’ll need a way to keep them warm, so purchase a heating device like the Focus On Tools 10-Inch 250W Brooder Lamp. Finally, make sure you have enough food and water to get your baby chicks through the first few weeks of their life with NatureWise Chick Starter Grower Feed.

FAQs

What is the best way to contain my chickens in one area?

The best way to keep your chickens from escaping is to set up a coop and netting. A trusty pen, like this coop from Innovation Pet, and some sturdy netting, like this mesh option from Garden Graft, will provide a reliable setup.