So, you are interested in raising chickens?


Chicken keeping is a rewarding and enjoyable hobby that is rising in popularity as more people make the move to keeping their own hens to provide eggs for household use.


That is just one aspect of chicken keeping; add in breeding, showing and rare breed preservation and you will quickly find you have embarked on a fun and exciting journey with loads of possibilities! 


We have created this page especially for you! 

From feed, to supplies, all the way to ordering your chickens!!  


We are excited to help you will all of your chicken needs!

Chicken Feeds 

We carry multiple varieties of crumble for our customers. 

~Starter 22% for Chicks newborn to 4 weeks (Layer chicks & Broiler/Meat birds).

~Grower 19% For Laying Hens 4 weeks until laying begins, and for Broiler/Meat birds 4 weeks to butchering.

~Layer Crumble or Pellet 20%  for Laying Hens through laying years

~Organic Varieties Available


Chicken Scratch

Chickens are compelled to scratch at the ground. They use their toes to mix up litter or scrape the ground in search of various seeds, greens, grit, or insects to eat. Spreading scratch grains (cracked, rolled, or whole grains such as corn, barley, oats, or wheat) encourages this behavior. 

~Organic Varieties Available

Chicken Grit 

In the wild, or when chickens free-range, they take in tiny bits of stone and gravel as they forage on the ground. 


Depending on the type of ground, though, your poultry may not get enough to be able properly to digest their food, and that's when they need to be given extra

There are different grades (sizes) of grit depending on the age of chicken; as they get older the mix should become more coarse.

Oyster Shells

Don't confuse oyster shell with grit.  Grit is insoluble.  It stays in the gizzard and it's used to grind food.  Oyster shell dissolves in the gut and its job is to add calcium to the diet of laying hens.​



We offer a wide selection of feeders & waterers, along with brooder lamps, heat bulbs, electrolytes, pro-biotics, miticides, wound protectors, etc.