The people behind the Blue Seal brand not only understand what poultry require to grow healthy and strong, we know that you want to give them feeds that include natural grain-based ingredients without artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. Here are some of our brands.
Whether you’re raising poultry for fresh eggs or nutritious meat, for profit, for competition, or just for fun, the foundation for success is your reliable, responsible care and first-quality nutrition. For that, you can put your trust in Kent Nutrition Group® and the Blue Seal® brand. Like you, we know that a nutrient-rich diet is the cornerstone of a healthy and productive flock. Home Fresh® poultry feeds are formulated using superior ingredients and research-proven science in a “locked” formula to provide sound rations for your birds. Enrich your pursuit of wholesome food for your family with Home Fresh® poultry products and take comfort in knowing your birds will grow healthy and strong with the support of our highquality, nutritionally balanced feeds.
Certified Organic Feed Formulated is for a Lifetime of Health and Performance. Blue Seal Feeds offers its trusted Blue Seal nutrition in an organic form so customers desiring to feed their livestock organically can do so with a readily available product that is performance formulated. Blue Seal was founded in an era when everything was more natural. The addition of the OrganicLife® product line heralds back to that time and appreciates customers whose lifestyle revolves around natural, organic products.
- OrganicLife® Grower: Replacement Chickens: At about 8 weeks of age, gradually change over from OrganicLife® starter/ broiler Crumbles to OrganicLife® Grower Crumbles. At about 20 weeks of age (or first egg), switch to OrganicLife® Layer Pellets for production of table eggs.
- Ducks/Geese (for pets): Feed OrganicLife® Grower Crumbles from 3 weeks to maturity.
- Pheasants: Feed OrganicLife® Grower Crumbles from 12 weeks to maturity.
- OrganicLife® Layer: Feed as the sole diet to laying hens, ducks and geese from the time of first egg. For laying hens in a commercial environment, provide at least 24 feet of hopper space per 100 birds (two 6 ft hoppers). Fill hoppers with fresh feed once per day. Periodically, make them clean it up.
- OrganicLife® Starter: Replacement Chicks: Feed continuously as the sole diet until chicks are at least 8 weeks of age, then they can be gradually switched to OrganicLife® grower Crumbles.
- Broilers/Capons/Roasters: OrganicLife® starter/ Broiler Crumbles may be fed as the only ration to broilers, capons and roaster chickens.
- Game Birds: Feed OrganicLife® starter/ Broiler Crumbles continuously to turkeys and game birds from 0 to 8 weeks of age, then switch to OrganicLife® turkey grower pellets.
- Pet Ducks and Geese: Feed OrganicLife® starter/Broiler Crumbles to pet ducks and geese from 0 to 3 weeks of age, then switch to OrganicLife® grower crumbles.
- Meat Ducks and Geese: Feed OrganicLife® starter/Broiler Crumbles to ducks and geese intended for meat as the only ration until market age.
Like our customers, our passion for animals drives all that we do. Our commitment to serve you and your animals, to exceed your expectations, and to support a way of life that is honest and rewarding. We will continue to work with pride – and with purpose – to bring you quality products and services to help you succeed.
- Backyard Basics Starter is designed to be fed as the sole diet to starting chickens. For additional feeding recommendations consult your local KNG Feed Representative. You can look into additional Blue Seal products at www.blueseal.com. The suggested feeding program is intended solely as a guide. The variables of management, environment, and breed may dictate changes in the birds’ requirements.
- Backyard Basics Layer is designed to be fed as the sole diet to laying hens. For additional feeding recommendations consult your local KNG Feed Representative. You can look into additional Blue Seal products at www.blueseal.com. The suggested feeding program is intended solely as a guide. The variables of management, environment, and breed may dictate changes in the birds’ requirements.