NEW PRODUCT! Introducing Chick Starter & Grower Crumbles 20kg

NEW PRODUCT! Introducing Chick Starter & Grower Crumbles 20kg

We’re excited to announce a new product that will be hitting your local Western Australian stockists shelves soon, Chick Starter & Grower Crumbles 20kg!
This high protein feed will be suitable for both chicks and pullets, from Day 1 to 15 weeks of age, providing them with the nutritional support they need for growth, development and preparation for laying. It will be replacing our Chick Starter Crumbles and eventually replacing our Pullet Grower Crumbles.


✅ 19.5% Protein to support optimum growth and development, muscle building and feather production in chicks and pullets.
✅ High metabolisable energy (13.5%) provided by quality carbohydrates to support the intense energy requirements of early growth.
✅ High Calcium (1%) and balanced Phosphorous to ensure optimum bone growth and density and prepare pullets for laying.
✅ Inclusion of vitamins and minerals to ensure your chicks and pullets receive the nutrients necessary for growth and neurological development
✅ Small crumble size for easy consumption and digestibility for juvenile birds.
✅ All natural ingredients that are GMO and Antibiotic Free with minimal processing to ensure they keep their natural goodness and taste.
✅ Proudly Western Australian, made using fresh, premium produce from Western Australian farmers and manufactured locally.

Where to buy:

Chick Starter & Grower Crumbles is only available in 20kg bags in Western Australia.
Click here to find your local WA stockist

Chick Starter & Grower Crumbles are available in 5kg bags exclusively through PETstock stores on the East Coast. Find your local East Coast stockist at

*Please note this is not a medicated product. Due to manufacturing a range of products for different animals, we do not add medications to our feeds. Medications added to feeds often do not prevent coccidiosis entirely. The risk of Coccidiosis can be managed through hygiene and health practices, but if you are a large-producer and worried about it, there are a number of prevention options on the market.
Ally Doumany
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