PBG Feed Store
You know your chickens, we know their feed.
We have spent years sourcing feed for our Grange family of customers. And we are always listening and responding to feedback.
So many of us raise our own chickens, in part, because we appreciate knowing where our eggs and food come from. It seems natural to also want to know what we are feeding our birds.
That's where we come in. We follow our passion for local, sustainable, healthy offerings and a commitment to great farmers and producers when sourcing feed.
MODESTO IS BACK!
Modesto Milling provides different types of poultry feeds to meet different lifecycle requirements. Certified organic ingredients and herbs are used in all our poultry formulas. All of our products take advantage of the powerful properties of garlic, anise oil, horseradish, and juniper berry oil. Natural-sourced vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol) is retained better and for a longer time in the body, making it more bioavailable when compared to synthetic vitamin E. Also added is Extracted Citric Acid Presscake that helps animals in their defense against health challenges. Pichia guilliermondii yeast adheres to pathogens and creates immune activity.
RED BRIDGE FARM
When we make our feed, our mission is to empower you with a resource to help you raise beautiful, healthy layers that produce exceptional quality eggs and high-caliber meat from Broilers and Turkeys.
We begin by sourcing all of our ingredients close to home, with many of them coming directly from farms here in Stevens County. We then add all our ingredients into our grinder/mixer, meticulously preparing each batch of feed for your animals.
Beneficial bacteria added to the diet aid digestion and nutrient absorption resulting in faster growth and better overall health. Direct fed micobials also replenish the beneficial bacteria flora, those "good bacteria" which directly compete with destructive or harmful pathogens such as Coccidia, E. coli and Salmonella spp. Excess beneficial bacteria are excreted in the manure where they help correct the balance of bacteria in the litter. -Feeding Pasture-Raised Poultry by Jeff Mattock