Purina® Start & Grow®

Purina® Start & Grow®

Greatness starts on day one. Purina® Start & Grow® chicken feed helps your chicks develop into happy hens. Raise chicks from day one to week 18 when they’re ready to start laying, with feed that offers each of the 38 unique nutrients chicks need to grow healthy and strong. This means all the nutrients baby chicks need are included in the bag, no need to supplement.

Also available as a medicated feed.

Features & Benefits

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

Essential amino acids

The feed contains 18% protein and has been enhanced lysine and methionine to support muscle and skeletal development

Vitamins A, B, D, E and K

Help chicks grow into healthy adult birds

Added marigold extract

For brightly colored beaks and bright plumage

Nutrients

Nutrient
Min / Max
Amount
Crude Protein
MIN
18.00 %
Lysine
MIN
0.90 %
Crude Fat
MIN
3.00 %
Crude Fiber
MAX
5.00 %
Calcium (Ca)
MIN
0.75 %
Calcium (Ca)
MAX
1.25 %
Phosphorus (P)
MIN
0.55 %
Vitamin A
MIN
5000 IU/LB
Vitamin E
MIN
14 IU/LB
Manganese (Mn)
MIN
55.00 PPM
Methionine
MIN
0.34 %
Salt (NaCl)
MIN
0.25 %
Salt (NaCl)
MAX
0.75 %

Feeding Directions

Best Results
  1. Feed Purina® Start & Grow® continuously as the sole ration from hatch until laying age (18-20 weeks). Or for a flock of various types of poultry, feed Purina® Flock Raiser® free-choice until laying age.
  2. At 18-20 weeks of age, feed Purina® Layena®, Layena®+ Free Range,
    or Layena®+ Omega-3 free-choice. Be sure to gradually transition from one feed to the next.
  3. Always provide shelter and a constant supply of fresh, clean water.
  4. 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.