Three D&B stores will be hosting a free class with our Nutrena reps to learn about how to care for chicks (feeding, housing, health), raising them to adulthood, laying hens (feed, housing, health), molting, and a brief bit about meat birds and gamebirds. In other words, we will discuss what to do from the moment you […]

Chicks are first come, first serve at all D&B Supply stores. We are selling out VERY quickly, so please call your favorite D&B first. Meridian D&B Supply March 20 Buff Orpington Pullets Silver Laced Wyandotte Pullets Ameraucana Pullets Welsummer Pullets Black Langshan Pullets Asst. Frizzles Bantams Mille Fleurd Uccle Bantams Golden Sebright Bantams Black Silkie Bantams […]

Thank you to Tiffany Towne, Nutrena Poultry Expert for this very informative article on the questions you might have on medicated versus non-medicated chick starter feed.

So you’ve got your chick, your heat lamp, your brooder, your bedding, your feeder and waterer. You stroll over to the feed aisle to pick up a bag of feed, only to face yet another choice: medicated or non-medicated starter? Confusion reigns in most online and in-store discussions. Further complicating the debate is the introduction of the coccidiosis vaccination within the past 10 years.

We just received word that the chicks have landed at the Ontario, Oregon D&B store. Here is evidence that these little ones are ready to be taken home.

Don’t forget to attend a free Chick Days class and learn the importance of environment, temperature control and the watering and feed needs for your new chicks.

March is the ideal month to start your backyard or barnyard chickens. So with that in mind, D&B Supply has this special offer for you.

Join experts from Purina and Nutrena at 6:00 PM Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at our Caldwell and Baker City stores, Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at our La Grande and Ontario, and Thursday, March 15, 2012 at our Meridian and Pendleton stores for a special educational seminar on giving your birds a healthy start for a difference you can see.