Your chickens are going to love this organic mixed corn! It's a blend of organic wheat and organic maize that you can feed as a treat in the afternoons and it will turn the colour of the yolks an even deeper yellow and put a smile on your chickens' faces.

This product is free from GM ingredients, synthetic amino acids, artificial yolk colourants, ureal, artificial flavourings or solvent extracted ingredients - so you can be sure that you are giving your hens the best!

£15.99 Inc Tax

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Weight: 20.000 kg

Brand: Marriages (5 Products)

Latest Product Reviews For Marriage's Organic Mixed Corn - 20kg

5 Stars:
8
4 Stars:
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3 Stars:
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2 Stars:
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1 Star:
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Great, plastic-free product - ,

We always choose the paper sack over the plastic ones and it's great quality. The sack is sturdy and can be reused, and is reasonably easy to lift and move. Great product!


No rubbish! - Amye, Argyll & Bute,

A lovely mix of grain, wheat and maize, with no rubbish added and no chaff. My ladies love this and it helps me train them to head down towards the coop in the early evening after free ranging in the day. I've decanted it into big storage bins to keep it fresh, since it arrives in a paper sack which is very very weighty. I use a scoop to serve it which means there is less waste. There is never the smallest amount left on the ground and the ladies have even sussed out where the corn bin is in the cottage! To top it all its organic. Will be coming back for more when I need to, this will be a staple for my girls, alongside the Marriages Layers Pellets.


Eglu cube - Sue,

We love our cube, it looks great and is easy to use. We purchased an orange on and the only thing I would say is that even with a good scrub the dirt doesn't come off the ladder completely to make it look like new,. Having said that the chickens are very happy and so are we!


Good quality - Julia,

Good selection of corns hens are loving it.


Not a hit - Zsuzsanna,

This mixed corn isn't a hit with our chicken, maybe because it has a very low maize content, barely visible. They don't like the wheat too much probably, they don't eat 1 cupful in 2 days (6 birds). I'll mix it with more cracked corn.