At Mackins we stock all types of poultry feeds, from chicks to pheasants we have the product to suit you. Below is a range of our poultry feeds and grains.
30% Turkey / Game Starter Crumbs
A complete feeding stuff for turkey poults and young pheasants up to 4 weeks of age and also for young partridges up to 6 weeks of age. Feeding rate 40-60g per day.
24% Turkey / Game Grower Pellets
A complete feeding stuff for young turkeys and pheasants from 4 weeks of age and young partridges from 6 weeks of age. Feeding rate 180-280g per day.
19% Broiler / Turkey Finisher
A complete feeding stuff for finishing broilers and turkeys. Feeding rate Broilers from 4 weeks of age 150-300g per day. Feeding Rate Turkeys from 12 weeks of age 500-700g per day.
20% Broiler / Chick Starter Crumbs
A complete feeding stuff for young broilers and chicks up to 4 weeks of age. Feeding rate Broilers up to 4 weeks and other chicks up to 6-8 weeks 40-60g per day.
15% Poultry / Geese / Duck Grower Pellets
A complete feeding stuff for growing poultry, geese and ducks from 4 weeks of age. Feeding rate 80-120g per day.
16.5% Free Range Layers Pellets / Free Range Layers Crumble
A complete feeding stuff for feeding laying hens.
Available in pellet form or mash form. Feeding rate 18 weeks+ 120g per day.
At Mackins we have a complete range of whole and rolled grains, from Barley to Wheat and Oats to Maize we have it.
Wild bird seed mixture available in 25kg or 4kgs.
Hints on Poultry Management
Make Sure they have access to fresh clean water at all times. Note: chickens can become dehydrated rather than drink dirty water.
Make sure your chicken coop is secure and safe, so that nothing can get in or out.
Chickens have very sensitive respiratory tracts, so you need to keep the coop as dust free as possible.
The chicken coop must be cleaned out regularly, ideally at least once a week, depending on the amount of chickens and time of year.
Check your chickens every day if possible and ensure they all look active and healthy. Keep an eye on their behaviour and eating habits. Have them checked by a vet if you feel there is any problems.
Birds need to be vaccinated against a number of diseases, this should happen before you get them.