Frugal Tips for our Livestock

BarredBuff

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Thanks for posting littlefarmer! Thats a good basis and very cost effective. Does anyone know any alternatives for the soy?
 

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I would like to know a good alternative for that, too but I'm not sure what else to use to get the protein up...
 

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You may be able to do oats, barley, and wheat and WAY less corn.......
 

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I don't know what would be best alternative to soy, but probably any legume, or nuts are high protein too. I could grind hickory nuts into mine because they are high in protein and the shells would be good for grit.
 

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I am gonna fix them a whole grain mix when we go Saturday :D
 
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