Your Price $8.99
Item Number 38552
Mfg. Part Number 3004799-346
Care from the moment they hatch. Purina® Start & Grow® Medicated Feed gives your chicks a strong start and enhances early hen development. Raise chicks from day one to week 18, when they’re ready to start laying, with feed that supports their digestive health and immune function – and aids protection against coccidiosis where immunity is not desired.
Also available as non-medicated feed.
Features & Benefits
Prebiotics and Probiotics
Supports immune and digestive health
A Chick Strong™ Feed
Complete and balanced recipe with the best combination of the 38 required nutrients chicks need to grow at a proper pace, no supplements required.
Purina® has been conducting poultry research for nearly a century. We have a flock of backyard birds at the Purina Animal Nutrition Center that help our nutritionists, feed formulators and flock caregivers evaluate our feeds before we put them on the market.
Brighter beaks and shanks
Includes a proprietary level of marigold extract to ensure bright coloring for a beautiful flock.
Muscle and skeletal development
Enhanced with lysine, and methionine amino acids and key levels of Vitamin A fortification to help chicks and pullets grow into healthy adult birds.
Healthy immune system
Rich in antioxidants and optimized levels of Vitamin E. It also contains prebiotics and probiotics to support immune and digestive health.
Aids protections against coccidiosis
Includes amprolium for birds that have not been vaccinated or have an unknown vaccination status. Amprolium is not an antibiotic and is not affected by the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD).
Feed Purina® Start & Grow® Medicated feed to layer chicks from day one through week 18 as at least 90 percent of the chick’s diet. Transition to Purina® Layena® or Layena® Plus Omega-3 feed at week 18.
Use as the sole source of amprolium. Do not change the litter while giving this feed unless absolutely necessary. If losses exceed 0.5% in a two (2) day period, obtain an accurate diagnosis, and follow the instructions of your veterinarian or poultry pathologist. Losses may result from intercurrent disease or other conditions under field conditions. In replacement flocks, the grower must expect that excessive exposure to one or more species may overwhelm the drug in some flocks and prompt treatment will be required.Do not use in feeds containing bentonite.
Please consult the feed tag sewn onto this bag for specific feeding instructions.