Purina® Layena® High Protein layer feed is a balanced and complete feed that provides 19% protein to support your hens’ active lifestyle and egg production. Each pellet contains black soldier fly larvae, grains and other protein sources, so you can feel good knowing your hens are getting a taste of the good stuff in every bite. Did you know that one of our delicious protein sources, black solider fly larvae, requires less land per pound of protein than other common protein sources? And it can help satisfy your girls’ natural craving for bugs. We also included our exclusive Oyster Strong® System, a unique blend of oyster shell, vitamin D, and manganese required for strong shells and healthy hens. With so much goodness packed into one bag, you can feel confident feeding this balanced, high protein feed to your girls.
Satisfies Natural Craving for Bugs
Black soldier fly larvae included right in the pellet.
Complete nutrition to support laying hen’s active lifestyle and egg production.
Includes Oyster Strong® System
Contains oyster shell, vitamin D, and manganese for strong shells.
No Added Antibiotics or Hormones
Federal regulations prohibit use of added hormones.
Feed continuously as the sole ration after 18 weeks of age. Keep feed before birds at all times. NOTE: Do not feed birds less than 18 weeks of age. Do not feed to male birds of any age.
Important: Follow sound management practices and disease and sanitation control measures. If any questions, contact your veterinarian or salesperson. Contains a source of live (viable) naturally occurring microorganims.
Store in a dry, well-ventilated area protected from rodents and insects. Do not feed moldy or insect-infested feed to animals as it may cause illness, performance loss or death. Use only as directed.
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