Chickens of all ages need grit to help them digestion their food.
As chickens do not have teeth, they need grit (basically little rocks) to help break down and digest their feed.
Even if your flock is free range and finding grit in the yard, we recommend supplementing their feed with grit to avoid digestive issues that are common without grit.
Grit is a best-selling extra for Mile Four—which is why we offer two types: starter & layer/grower. Your chickens will intuitively eat the appropriate size with their feed.
Offer your chickens a grit free-choice in a separate container. Remember to always provide them with clean, fresh water.
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How does the subscription work?
Mile Four subscribers save 10% on every order, forever!
You get to choose the frequency based on your flock's needs. Weekly, monthly, quarterly, once in a blue moon—whatever floats your coop.
You can change the frequency and quantity or cancel at any time.
We deliver your feed direct to you, so you never have to worry about making the hike to the feed store again.
What kind of feed should I buy?
With a variety of feeds available, it can be hard to determine which kind is best for your flock. Our feed comparison chart (in tab on this page above) can help you differentiate the options.
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Is your feed medicated?
No, Mile Four feed is non-medicated.
Is your feed fermentable?
Yes, you can ferment Mile Four feed if you wish.
Where is the feed made?
Mile Four feed is farmed and milled in the Midwest.
What about shipping?
We ship Monday through Friday. Shipping time takes 1-3 business days via USPS.
All packages ship via USPS from Minneapolis, fees depend on where you live.