Purina Scratch Grains
Purina Scratch Grains are a blend of high-quality grains to be fed as a supplemental treat to adult chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys to encourage natural pecking and feeding instincts. Scratch Grains uses only the freshest, highest quality grains free of all animal proteins and fats to give birds the safe, healthy goodness and fresh taste they deserve.
| SunFresh® Grains
||Natural Sun-grown Grains
FREE of all animal proteins and fats for healthy, happy birds.
| High Quality Premium Mixed Grains
||To Encourage Natural Pecking and Feeding Instincts
Top quality grains help reduce the incidence of birds pecking and harming each other.
| Certified Natural
||Your Assurance of Quality – It’s a Supplement You Can Trust
Our guarantee that these are the very best grains providing a safe,
natural supplement for poultry.
Store in a dry, well-ventilated area free from rodents and insects. Never use moldy or insect-infested feed.
ANIMAL PROTEIN- AND FAT-FREE. Contact your local manufacturing plant for a current feed tag.
Quality Controlled by Purina Mills® Research
| Guaranteed Analysis
| Protein, not less than
| Fat, not less than
| Fiber, not more than
How and When to Feed:
- Purina Mills® Scratch Grains SunFresh® Grains can be fed to adult chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys to encourage natural pecking and feeding instincts. Scratch Grains is a grain supplement, not a complete feed and should not comprise more than 10% of the birds’ diet.
- Always provide shelter and a constant supply of fresh, clean water.
- Consumption will vary depending upon season of the year, nutritional needs of the animals and availability of other foods.
Scratch Grains is a grain supplement, not a complete feed. If too much is fed, it will dilute the feed intake of complete feeds such as Purina Mills® Start & Grow® SunFresh® Recipe, Purina Mills® Flock Raiser® SunFresh® Recipe or Purina Mills® Layena® SunFresh® Recipe, reducing the bird’s nutritional intake and overall performance. A feeding program is only as effective as the management practices. Actual results can vary depending upon feed intake, environmental conditions and the quality of management practices.