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The decision to feed organic chicken feed instead of conventional is a personal one. 

Your chickens will live long healthy lives, lay you delicious fresh eggs, eat their weight in bugs, and provide you more manure than you need - regardless of whether they are fed organic feed or not.

Both types of feed provide a flock the same nutritional value (assuming both brands contain the same ingredients).

But for a bag of chicken feed to be labeled "organic", all the ingredients contained in the feed must be grown and manufactured according to the National Organic Program standards and requirements.

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