Flock Raiser® Crumbles
Purina Animal Nutrition

Flock Raiser® Crumbles

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Feed your backyard flock. Purina® Flock Raiser® Crumbles provide complete and balanced nutrition for healthy flocks and baby birds. Sustain an entire mixed flock of poultry, including starting and growing hens, roosters, ducks and geese Purina® Flock Raiser® Crumbles is also for turkeys, pheasants and quail 8 weeks of age and older.

Prebiotics and probiotics  

Supports immune and digestive health

Essential amino acids

Enhanced with lysine and methionine to support muscle and skeletal development

20% protein

Increased protein supports quick growth, feather regrowth, and flock maintenance

Vitamins A, B, D, E and K

Help chicks grow into healthy adult birds


Guaranteed niacin levels required for ducklings

NutrientsMin / MaxAmount
Crude ProteinMIN20.00%
Crude FatMIN3.50%
Crude FiberMAX5.00%
Calcium (Ca)MIN0.80%
Calcium (Ca)MAX1.30%
Phosphorus (P)MIN0.60%
Salt (NaCl)MIN0.30%
Salt (NaCl)MAX0.80%
Sodium (Na)MAX0.55%
NiacinMIN65 PPM
Vitamin AMIN7,000 IU/LB
Vitamin EMIN14 IU/LB

1. Feed Purina® Flock Raiser® as the sole ration to chickens, ducks and geese from hatch until laying age (about 18-24 weeks; see number 3 below).

2. For turkeys, first feed Purina® Game Bird Chow® Startena® as the sole ration from hatch until 8-10 weeks old. Then feed them Purina® Flock Raiser® until laying age (about 30-32 weeks).

3. At 18-20 weeks of age, feed Purina® Layena® free-choice to laying chickens; ducks will begin laying at 20 to 24 weeks of age and geese will begin laying the spring after they are born.

4. Always provide shelter and a constant supply of fresh, clean water.

5. Consumption will vary depending upon season of the year, nutritional needs of the animals and availability of other foods.

Caution: Store in a dry, well-ventilated area free from rodents and insects. Never use moldy or insect-infested feed.

Important: A feeding program is only as effective as the management practices. Actual results can vary depending upon feed intake, environmental conditions and the quality of management practices