Scratch and Peck manufactures Certified Organic chicken feed (also good for ducks), turkey feed, pig feed, goat feed, and more! All of their feeds are soy free and canola free, while their Naturally Free line of products are also corn free. Their feeds are completely raw and are blended using a limited processing technique. They source grains locally that are organically grown, and they mill to order in the Pacific Northwest. When you use Scratch and Peck, you can rest assured that you are protecting your animals, your family, and your health, because “you are what your animals eat!”
As a family business, Scratch and Peck is happy to be helping backyard chicken farmers, and other home livestock producers, to make honest and true choices about where their food comes from. Raising your own chickens for quality eggs and meat gives you a direct connection to your food that is both profound and fun. Feeding your livestock Certified Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified feeds supports the healthy lifestyle that more and more families are working towards.
Purina’s Wind and Rain® All Season Minerals are available as a comprehensive line of beef cattle minerals designed to address the mineral deficiencies of the available forage, in a palatable, weather-resistant, granular formula. Wind and Rain® Storm® cattle minerals’ large particle size and special formulation keeps the mineral from absorbing water and blowing out of the feeder. Exclusive Storm® technology provides the ultimate in weather resistance to reduce waste and makes Wind and Rain® Storm® Formula more economical to feed than conventional loose minerals.
RangeLand® Protein Tubs are a free choice supplement designed for beef cattle on forage diets. The low moisture, cooked molasses products in biodegradable fiber or non-returnable plastic containers will enhance intake and utilization of available forages, while reducing labor for producers.
A premium, weather-resistant, protein block with Intake Modifying Technology®, and fat, vitamins, and minerals added that is designed to balance nutrient deficiencies in fair quality forages such as, native or improved grass hay or poor quality forages such as, dormant grasses or crop residues