Press Release


Coyote Creek Contact:  Rob Cunningham, (512) 285-2556

Whole Foods Market Contact: Cheryl Galway

Coyote Creek Organic Chicken Feed Now Available for Sale 

at Whole Foods Market Stores Throughout the South

Backyard poultry enthusiasts will have access to organic chicken feed

Elgin, TX (June 3, 2014) – Chickens across the South can eat Coyote Creek organic chicken feeds starting this month. Whole Foods Market stores across the south region are now carrying Coyote Creek certified organic chicken feeds in 20-pound bags: Chick Starter, Pullet Developer, Layer, Soy-Free Layer, and Hen Scratch. Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill produces the highest quality, certified organic feed for customers seeking the best for their hens.

Backyard poultry enthusiasts will now have the option of feeding their chickens a nutritious, well-rounded feed that stands apart from the others. Coyote Creek livestock feeds are 100% USDA Certified Organic; they never contain GMOs, chemical residues, pharmaceuticals, or hormones; all ingredients are sourced in North America with a focus on locally grown grains; and their feed is milled fresh to order.

Anecdotal evidence demonstrates that animals fed Coyote Creek organic feeds yield better results: increased egg production rates, healthier and better-behaved animals, better-tasting eggs, and improved soil quality in chicken yards.

People experience the benefits as well. Eating eggs that are produced with organic feed eliminates the risk of consuming GMOs and chemicals that are used in conventional agriculture. Families and individuals across the South can feed their backyard chickens by hand without risking exposure to residual toxins that are present in conventional and “all-natural” feeds made from conventionally-grown grains. Feeding livestock organically means healthier animals, healthier soil, and safer food for all of us.

“Our goal is to give backyard chicken owners a chance to feed their chickens organically, thereby supporting organic production all the way back to the farm where the grains were grown,” says Stephen Corradini, Vice President of Purchasing for Whole Foods Market South Region. “We are proud to partner with Coyote Creek in the movement to increase organic production on farmland throughout the South and consequentially to strengthen rural agricultural economies.”

Feeding guides, feeder design guides, and ingredient lists can be found on Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill’s website. To find the nearest Whole Foods Market store, visit

About Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill

Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill is the only certified organic commercial feed mill from Texas to North Carolina. Coyote Creek’s vision is clear: promote economic prosperity and sustainability for organic grain farmers and livestock ranchers. Coyote Creek teaches efficient and effective farming practices. The business’s goals include long-term sustainability and support for local agricultural communities and economies. For more information please visit

About Whole Foods Market®

Founded in 1980 in Austin, Texas, Whole Foods Market (, NASDAQ: WFM), is the leading natural and organic food retailer. As America’s first national certified organic grocer, Whole Foods Market was named “America’s Healthiest Grocery Store” by Health magazine. The company’s motto, “Whole Foods, Whole People, Whole Planet”™ captures its mission to ensure customer satisfaction and health, Team Member excellence and happiness, enhanced shareholder value, community support and environmental improvement. Thanks to the company’s more than 78,000 Team Members, Whole Foods Market has been ranked as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” in America by FORTUNE magazine for 15 consecutive years. In fiscal year 2013, the company had sales of $12.9 billion and currently has more than 360 stores in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Additional Online Resources:

Where to Buy Coyote Creek Organic Feeds

Layers 101 Guide

Layer Feeding Guide

Feeder Design Guide

Ingredient Lists & Nutritional Analysis

Learn about our Ingredients

Coyote Creek on Facebook


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