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How much will my chickens eat ?

@inproceedings{Jacob2011HowMW,
  title={How much will my chickens eat ?},
  author={Jacquie Jacob and Tony Pescatore},
  year={2011}
}
Before purchasing chicks (or chickens) it is important to consider the cost of keeping them. Much of this cost is the feed they will consume. So the key question is, “How much will my chickens eat?” Chickens need a complete feed that contains protein (with the right balance of amino acids), energy, vitamins, and minerals. Today we know more about the nutritional requirements of chickens than any other animal. The amount of feed they need will depend on several factors. 

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