Announcements

We have Layer Feed, Poultry Grower,  and Scratch in stock.

Poultry Starter is sold out for the season and will be available again in February.

Pig and Ewe feed is now available on an advance preorder only. Please email your order and it will be available on our next feed shipment (usually a few business days).

Hours

We do not have appointments. Please just come during our regular business hours posted below:

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Dunreath Farm
13101 Ashland Road
Ashland, VA 23005
804-798-9052

Azur Pullets – Available Now

 

 

 

 

 

We have Azur pullets. These are the girls that lay the pretty blue eggs. They are about 18 weeks old and $25 each.

We will update our website when they are sold out. We have about 45 available.

Golden Comet Pullets – SOLD OUT

 

Scratch Grains

What is "Scratch" and why should I feed it to my chickens?

Chickens are compelled to scratch at the ground. They use their toes to mix up litter or scrape the ground in search of seeds, greens, grit, and insects to eat. Spreading scratch grains encourages this behavior. Scratch is also used to help chickens generate energy in cold months or simply as a treat. It's also a great training tool and prevents boredom.

Scratch is not intended to be the only food source for your chickens. You should think of scratch as more of a treat or supplement. It should be used in combination with a complete feed diet.

The Dunreath Farm blend of scratch is made from Non-GMO Corn, Wheat, Barley, Oats, Soybeans, Sunflower Seeds and Sunflower Oil making it both tasty as well as energy rich for when the weather turns cold.

We recommend feeding scratch to chickens in the afternoon after birds have eaten their normal feed diet.

Provide only as much scratch grains as chickens can finish in 15 to 20 minutes.

When feeding scratch grains to chickens, it is also important to provide grit to help the chickens grind and digest the grains properly. If chickens have access to the ground, they can typically find enough grit in the form for small rocks or pebbles, but it is helpful to supply commercial grit. Oyster shell should not be used as grit since it is too soft and does not aid in grinding. In addition, growing chickens have a lower calcium requirement, and too much calcium can adversely affect their kidneys.

This website was last updated on: December 4, 2022 - 3:36 p.m.

We do not send spam. I don't have the time or energy to do so.

You will not receive emails from us just because it is Wednesday.

What you will get are notifications of what birds that we have for sale and an occasional holiday greeting just because we love you.

 

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We accept Cash and all major credit cards. Sorry, no checks.

Now accepting Zelle

Cash is much appreciated.

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