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Rule out nutritional culprits and plan for above-average breeding results next round.
You think you’re doing everything possible to prepare for a great pregnancy check, but are you seeing the payoff? Are you hitting a 90 to 95 percent pregnancy rate? If your results are...
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With the right tips, raising chickens can be fun and easy. During Purina® Chick Days, local experts will offer how-to information for each step of the chicken raising journey – from the first chick...
Families all around have fallen in love with candid, backyard birds - baby chickens. These backyard birds – and how to start a flock – will be a theme of local Purina® Chick Days...
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Getting started with chickens
Dear Purina: My friend Laura is an amazing mom. Her kids are always running around outside, enjoying the fresh air. She says the secret is backyard chickens. Her kids helped pick out chicks and...
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Help hens lay farm fresh eggs by providing comfortable nests and quality feed.
If raising a backyard flock was a treasure hunt, the ultimate prize would be a hen’s first egg. To extend this feeling of exhilaration and help hens produce wholesome, nutritious eggs long-term...
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Create a long-term flock care plan before purchasing new chicks.
Create a long-term flock care plan before purchasing new chicks.
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The Purina Great Starts program provides the proper nutrition for calves.
Your calves are an investment, but they're also a responsibility, and you want them to get off to the best start possible. Ensuring they have the proper nutrition as calves is a key to life-long...
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It Begins with Mom
  Proper nutrition starts before piglets are born.  To help piglets get off to the best start, you should focus on the piglets’ growth before birth, beginning with ensuring proper...
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Advice from the professionals on getting the most benefit from your spring forage.
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At the Purina Animal Nutrition Center, animal experts feed more than 3,000 animals on a 1,200-acre working farm every day. Here are some helpful tips they’ve learned over the last 85 years.