The aim of this study was to assess the homogeneity of feed for birds consisting of eleven components - grains varying in dimension, density, and shape. The research hypothesis was formulated as follows: concentration of individual components of the mixture is uniform throughout the volume of the feed mixture. The work included the research experiment, sampling during the bagging of the selected bags from three levels of bags, determining the content of samples and comparing the content of samples taken from three levels. For assessing the feed uniformity in all the bags univariate multivariative analysis of variance was used. The multivariative analysis of variance led to the acceptance of the homogeneous distribution hypothesis of the components in the entire volume of the feed mixture.