Thanks for the info, Beth.  We have a Tractor Supply about 12 miles
away, and tho we don't go there often, I want to try this chick feed.
We live in a very cool climate, so maybe we won't get the weevils or
sour smell that sometimes comes from wet corn.  I scoop frequently
too which should help.


On 07-09, Beth Noren wrote:
> Yes, I've used "Dumor" brand "Starter/Grower Chick Feed".  I get it
> from Tractor Supply Co., think it was $13.00 for 50lbs? last time I
> got it.  It's a bit of a hike to TSC, so I don't always use it.  Plus.
> my husband complains that it doesn't handle odor well enough.  Pros:
> 1.price  2.low dust  3.biodegradable  4.doesn't come from strip
> mining.  5.safer.  Cons: 1.odor control  2.doesn't clump as hard as
> clay  3.doesn't sift as easily as clay  4.some people have problems
> with weevils in it, especially in summer.  Overall I like it,
> especially after paying 40-50 bucks for a much smaller bag of World's
> Best, which is pretty similar.
> Hope this helps,
> Beth N.

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