Goose & Duck Starter Crumbs

Goose & Duck Starter Crumbs is formulated specially to encourage natural growth rates from hatching.


  • With vitamins and minerals for a complete nutritionally balanced diet
  • Contains prebiotics to help support the digestive system
  • Drug free – This feed does not contain coccidiostats or growth promoters
  • This feed can be safely fed to poultry chicks if kept with waterfowl

Available in 20kg bags.




Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein:18.5%Crude Oils and Fats:5.0%
Crude Fibre:4.0%Crude Ash:7.5%


GOOSE & DUCK STARTER CRUMBS Product Code 2640-20
Smallholder Range, IP25 7SD. Tel: 01362 822902

Wheat, Wheat Feed, Beans, Linseed, Potato Protein, Peas, Maize Gluten, Di-calcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Salt, Sodium Bicarbonate, Yeast, Fructo-oligosaccharides, Marigold Flowers

Nutritional Additives (per kg)

Vitamins: E3a672a Vitamin A: 5.75 k iu (as retinyl acetate); E3a671 Vitamin D3: 2.4 k iu (as cholecalciferol); E3a700 Vitamin E: 80mg (as all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate)

Trace elements: 48 mg Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate (E1-Iron); 41 mg Zinc Oxide (E6-Zinc); 51mg Manganous Oxide (E5-Manganese); 0.11mg Calcium Iodate Anhydrous (E2-Iodine); 0.34mg Sodium Selenite (E8-Selenium)

The Lysine and Methionine in this feed are from natural sources – synthetic amino acids are not used in this feed.

Establishment No: GB226 0005 UFAS 1

Feeding Instructions

Instructions for use:

Feed ad lib from hatching until 3-4 weeks before gradually changing over to Goose & Duck Grower / Finisher Pellets. Introduce a new feed gradually over 7 to 10 days to help a smooth change over. This feed should be fed with ad lib fresh water.

• DO NOT feed to QUAIL, GAME or TURKEY chicks as they need a higher protein level – please use Smallholder Turkey Starter Crumbs
• This feed is drug free and does not contain Coccidiostats.
• Smallholder Range only source identity preserved (Hard IP) Non-GM ingredients.
• Smallholder Range feeds are made from natural ingredients which can result in the feed changing colour slightly through the seasons.

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