Poultry Mash


( / )

Please select all options.

Please notify me when this product is available:

Want better eggs? Get better mash! Not all poultry mash is created equally so choose one that is specifically formulated for superior egg production. Made with quality grains and protein, our mash keeps flocks happy, healthy, and laying eggs of good size and good quality.

Our Poultry Mash provides laying hens with essential proteins, carbohydrates and fats, and additional vitamins, minerals, and trace elements to boost bird health and support egg production. It provides a balanced diet of energy, protein, and amino acids—essential requirements for good eggshell quality and bone strength.

  • Suitable for laying hens 18 weeks and older
  • Good source of protein, carbohydrate, and fats for better egg quality
  • Added vitamins, minerals and trace elements to support egg production.
  • Includes yolk colourant for golden yolks.

Feeding guide: Feed approximately 150gm of mash per bird per day. Ensure extra mash is available for grazing, along with fresh water. Add oyster shell grit and fresh green food scraps to enrich your chicken’s diet.


Barley, canola, copra, grassmeal, soya, linseed, maize, oats, peas, wheat, vitamins & minerals

Analysis: Protein 16%, Fibre 3%, Fat 1.5%


Canary seed grown by Topflite NZ

Top Seed: What we grow – and why

It's a special thing to read through an ingredient list on one of your products and be able to clearly picture the site where each was grown. Read more about the seeds and grains grown at Topflite's North Otago farms.

Continue reading

Meet the Grower: Pete Mitchell

Meet the Grower: Pete Mitchell

We stopped by Rosedale Farm to catch up with Pete Mitchell, company director and grower for a chat. Just a quick one though, it’s harvest time, after all. 

Continue reading

Pick your own bunch: Tips for arranging garden flowers

Pick your own bunch: Tips for arranging garden flowers

For a thrifty but pretty flower arrangement, look no further than your own garden! We've pulled together a great bunch of foraging and flower arranging tips.

Continue reading