Purina® Start & Grow® Medicated
Purina® Start & Grow Medicated Chicken Feed 25 lb bag
Purina® Start & Grow Medicated Chicken Feed 5 lb bag
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Purina® Start & Grow® Medicated

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Purina® Start & Grow® Medicated chick and poultry 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.

Prebiotics and probiotics  

Supports immune and digestive health

A Chick Strong™ Feed  

Complete and balanced recipe with the optimal combination of the 38 required nutrients chicks need to grow at a proper pace, no supplements required

Essential amino acids  

Contains 18% protein and is enhanced with lysine and methionine to support muscle and skeletal development

Added marigold extract  

For brightly colored beaks and bright plumage

Vitamins A, B, D, E and K  

Help chicks grow into healthy adult birds


Includes amprolium to help prevent coccidiosis; amprolium is not an antibiotic and is not affected by the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD)

NutrientMin / MaxAmount
Crude ProteinMIN18.00%
Crude FatMIN3.00%
Crude FiberMAX5.00%
Calcium (Ca)MIN0.75%
Calcium (Ca)MAX1.25%
Phosphorus (P)MIN0.55%
Manganese (Mn)MIN55.00 PPM
Salt (NaCl)MIN0.25%
Salt (NaCl)MAX0.75%
Vitamin AMIN5,000 IU/LB
Vitamin EMIN14 IU/LB

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®+ Omega-3 feed at week 18.

Caution: 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.