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 Post subject: Trout Feed Supplier
PostPosted: Jul 10th, '17, 05:40 
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I'm looking for reputable Rainbow Trout feed supplier in United States. (Central US)

I've spent a better portion of my day today looking for a supplier but I was somewhat unsuccessful. Can you guys help?


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 Post subject: Re: Trout Feed Supplier
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I'm currently using Skrettings but Purina is also a reputable supplier and I've used their products with good results as well. Purina has been here a lot longer and you may find their products at your local farm/feed store. I suspect catfish or gamefish chow is more common where you are and that trout chow might be tough to come by in the feed stores so you may have to order in one or the other. Here's a listing of Purina dealers in your area -

https://www.purinamills.com/where-to-buy-animal-feed?navid=where-to-buy

Here is Purina's product line for trout

https://www.purinamills.com/fish-and-aquatics-feed/products/species/trout?navid=products%3Efish-and-aquatics-feed%3Etrout


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I'm using Purina Aquamax 400 and Aquamax 500 depending on the size of the trout. Seemed to work well for fattening mine up. My local feed mill stocks the Aquamax 500 on the shelf, the Aquamax 400 had to be special ordered but I bought a 50lb bag of each and resealed them into smaller vacuum sealed bags to keep them fresh longer. I'm getting close to a year since I bought my feed and still probably have 20+ lbs of each after feeding 24 rainbow trout through the winter and 300+ tilapia so far, so 50lbs goes a long way thus the need to reseal it in vacuum bags.

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