Get your flock off to a healthy, strong start with our expert guidance and nutritional poultry feeding programs.
Just as humans’ nutritional needs change from infancy to adulthood, backyard birds require different nutrients as they grow from baby chicks into hens or roosters. Chickens require 38 unique nutrients each day to start strong, lay strong and stay strong. Our complete layer feed provides the right balance of nutrients, vitamins and minerals your backyard hens need.
If you’re into backyard flocks like we are, you love sharing know-how with others. Check out our advice on nutrition, coops, composting and more.
Our chicken feeds are formulated for healthy birds and nutritious eggs. Try us. You’ll see the difference for yourself.
We’re behind the national movement to make backyard flocks part of family life everywhere. Our support, products and enthusiasm are with you all the way.
Watch your ladies come running for Purina® Farm to Flock® Hen Treats, the fun and easy way to spoil them – but not their diet!
Incubating eggs is a 21-day project that can be successful with care, vigilance and planning.
Wondering why your chickens stopped laying eggs? Determine the cause and make easy adjustments to keep your chickens laying strong.
Raising chickens in winter can be easy and fun. Read these tips and learn how to care for a flock in cold weather.
Wondering how to get chickens to lay eggs in nesting boxes? What is a broody hen? Why do laying hens produce soft-shell eggs? Team Purina answers your common questions on laying hens.
Introducing the Purina professionals behind the research at the backyard coops at our farm.
Scientist, Health Research Unit
Director of Veterinary Services
Nutritionist, Companion Animal Technical Solutions
Get the best thinking of the most accomplished group of Ph.D. nutritionists and experts in the industry.