Other Species Feed Solutions
Feeds for Game Birds, Deer & Elk
Each product is specifically created to meet the unique nutritional needs of each species and yield superior results. Our team of nutritionists, feed technologists, engineers, chemists, microbiologists, and biochemists work tirelessly—and with allied industry businesses and universities—to secure and commercialize new technologies to support your specialty animals.
Game Bird Solutions
Game birds may be wild game or decorative fowl raised commercially for their meat or egg production, or as flight-ready birds for release on hunting preserves or by state wildlife agencies. Pheasant, quail, chukar, duck, geese and wild turkeys are just some of the game birds commonly bred and raised both for meat and for release. Each species has specific brooding, rearing, breeding and nutritional needs, especially during different periods of development.
Support your successful game bird production with a sound nutritional program, along with proper management through all stages of development, including starter, grower and breeder phases. Provide critical nutrients needed for fast, efficient development and growth and ensure full potential for fertility and hatchability in the breeding flock, with the Flight Ready™ game bird feeding program
Deer & Elk Solutions
Deer and elk are a source of pleasure to many, whether for pure viewing enjoyment or as game animals. Photographers, landowners and hunters may choose to support deer and elk management with a steady diet, on a well-balanced, year-round feeding plan*. Proper nutrition yields better herds.
Supplementation can make a significant difference during times of limited forage and extreme environmental stress. The availability of proper nutrients and minerals is critical year-round. This proven program incorporates the latest technical advances in cervid nutrition with ADM’s time and field-proven formulation and feed technology techniques. The formulations can be utilized with changing browse, forage conditions and animal requirements.
*Feeding deer/elk in the wild is illegal in some areas. Check with local wildlife officials.