|Food Form||Feed||Feed||Pellets||Feed, Pellets||Pellets|
|Health Feature||Vitamins & Minerals||Vitamins & Minerals||Digestive Health||—||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Vitamins & Minerals|
|Top Ingredients||Organic Barley, Organic Oats, Organic Peas...||Organic Oats, Organic Barley, Organic Pea Hulls...||Organic Corn, Organic Peas, Organic Wheat Millrun...||Organic Corn, Organic Soybean Meal, Organic Wheat Middlings...||Ground Corn, Soybean Meal, Feeding Oat Meal...|
|Special Diet||Organic, Non-GMO||Organic, Non-GMO||Organic, Non-GMO||—||Natural|
So far so good, our new little mini pig loves it. :)
The only pig feed that isn't mostly corn or soy filler. I ferment my feed as suggested by Scratch and Peck for two days, so we're not feeding it dry. Their website has instructions and videos. It's quick and easy with mason jars. My pig loves it! When we first brought her home, she was so scared, but she would stick out her nose and start sniffing the air as soon as we'd scoop this food into her bowl. She'd ignore cheerios or fruit, but brave anything to get at her fermented food. She'll lick her bowl clean. We will report back in a few months on her weight and coat. Currently feeding 2% of body weight (weighed dry) daily.
Seems like it’s a very good feed for your pig. Mine loves it and that says a lot because she’s picky. Recommend.
The feed is very powdery so I mix this with my pigs’ pellets or use it as a rooting treat in his rock box. The feed smelled fresh and the ingredients look appealing. This just isn’t as easy to feed as pellets so I plan to only use this as a supplement to his normal food. I like giving him different textures of food to root in his box with especially in the winter months to keep him active.
This feed is amazing and so healthy for my 3 potbelly pigs. Thank you for adding it to your site. I serve this feed with an equal amount of warm water, which should be done with all pig feed. My pigs love it and digest it better than other feeds.