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Manna Pro Poultry Grit, 25 lb.

SKU # 104396299
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Manna Pro Poultry Grit is an effective product for all classes of poultry helping with proper digestion.

  • Designed to be fed with coarse grains
  • Insoluble crushed granite


Feeding instructions:
Feed Manna Pro Poultry Grit free choice in a separate feeder, or mix 1 pound with 40 pounds of feed. Provide Manna Pro Poultry Grit to poultry fed scratch or other coarse grains beginning at 8 weeks of age.

Specification Description
Product Type: Chicken Feed
Animal Type: Poultry
Brand: Manna Pro
Cattle: No
Deer: No
Goat: No
Horse: No
Life Stage: Adult
Poultry: Yes
Pig: No
Rabbit: No
Sheep: No
Type: Grain
Manufacturer Part Number 08-0698-0125
Manna Pro Poultry Grit, 25 lb. is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not just for chickens! Perfect for adding drainage to cactus soil and as a top dressing.
Date published: 2018-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great For My Hens I am kind of new to raising chickens. I got a few adult hens from a friend. He raised them without ever giving the any grit. I asked Manna Pro a question about this grit and they answered it right away. I bought a 25 pound bag and filled a 1 gallon ice cream bucket with this grit and these hens knew exactly what to do with it. They immediately went over and started eating the grit. I was really amazed. I think it will last quite a while since they only eat a few pebbles at a time. Manna Pro said I could put 1 1/4 cup in a 40 pound bag of feed or just put it out where they can get it, I chose to put it in an ice cream tub since I already had one.
Date published: 2018-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works - Hens Started Producing Eggs Again My hens were not producing eggs; tried thinning out the flock and increasing feed, but nothing seemed to work. Added a bag of this grit and suddenly, eggs started to produce more. Good product.
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So helpful to my hens! After buying this grit, mixing it into their feed, my girls have been laying eggs with much thicker shells. Before they were a bit bumpy and thin, now they are smoother and harder. Great working product that did what it was suppose to do. The chickens are healthy and robust.
Date published: 2017-09-01
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The instructions say mix 1lb with 25lbs of feed, is there any particular way I can mix this? Would it be like 2 cups per 40lbs of feed?

Asked by: rr777
1 1/4 cups will equal 1 lb of Grit.
Answered by: Manna Pro Nutrition
Date published: 2018-07-19

Is it the size of the chick grit , or is it what is referred to as # 2 

Asked by: KlansGameBirds
The Poultry Grit has larger particles than the Chick Grit.
Answered by: Manna Pro Nutrition
Date published: 2017-01-19

Is this grit ok to use for grown bantams? Silkies?

Asked by: hershortness02
Majority of the pieces should be small enough for a bantam to consume, but there could be larger pieces that are harder for them to swallow, and could pose as a choking hazard. To be on the safe side we would recommend using Chick Grit instead.
Answered by: Manna Pro Nutrition
Date published: 2018-08-30

For growing chicks at 10 weeks old would this grit be safe for them, or should I go with the smaller/finer chick grit for another several weeks?

Asked by: Theshooter
Poultry Grit is acceptable to give to 10 week old chicks.
Answered by: Manna Pro Nutrition
Date published: 2018-05-22

Do you know the approximate size of the grit particles? Thanks, H Bell

Asked by: H Bell
Typical particle size of Poultry Grit is 3,600 microns. The size of small particles like the Poultry Grit is commonly expressed in microns. A micron is one millionth of a meter.
Answered by: Manna Pro Nutrition
Date published: 2018-08-21
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