Purina Scratch Grains Poultry Feed

  • Premium, mixed grains
  • Encourages instinctive behaviors
  • Backyard happiness
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Purina Scratch Grains are a blend of high-quality grains to complement complete feeds and encourage natural pecking foraging and feeding instincts. Purina Scratch Grains can be fed as a supplemental treat to adult chickens, ducks, geese, and turkeys.

  • Premium, mixed grains - Freshly-ground North American grains
  • Encourages instinctive behaviors - Made to support instinctive pecking and scratching behavior
  • Backyard happiness - Keeps the flock entertained
  • Crude Protein (min): 8.00 %
  • Crude Fat (min): 1.50 %
  • Crude Fiber (max): 4.50 %
  • Calcium (Ca) (min): 0.01 %
  • Calcium (Ca) (max): 0.51 %
  • Phosphorus (P) (min): 0.20 %
  • Sodium (Na) (max): 0.51 %
Feeding Directions
Best Results
  • Purina Scratch 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 the season of the year, nutritional needs of the animals, and availability of other foods

Store in a dry, well-ventilated area free from rodents and insects. Never use moldy or insect-infested feed.


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 Start & Grow, Purina Flock Raiser, or Purina Layena, 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.

  • Life Stage: Laying Hens, Other Poultry
  • Type: Treats & Supplements
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