An Introduction to Fodder Feeding

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Fodder feeding is a subject that has really fascinated me lately. What a great way to stretch your feed budget! One pound of grain turns into 5 pounds of feed!!!! There’s tons of designs and plans online for these, but I’m a visual learner. I would rather watch a video with someone really SHOWING me what they mean instead of just throwing the information at me and leaving me to my own devices. (Trust me, that’s not usually a good plan.) One of my favorite YouTubers,  Michigansnowpony, did a couple of videos on this and I’d like to share those with you today.

Here’s part 1 of her two part sprouting videos:

And part 2 :

See? Super easy.

Her chickens and rabbits sure love it. Everyone else… not so much. lol

If you’d like a great step-by-step tutorial on how to build your own, then check out Sarah Cuthill‘s tutorial:

So ready to take that leap? You’re probably better off buying the actual hardware locally, so check around. Might even find a better deal on seed, but if not, then you can get it here. Here’s some other resources that might help out:

These are NOT free.. so keep that in mind.

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Enjoy!

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