If you scroll down you can see my response. IMO you're asking the wrong question... A better question might be:
What can I feed a pig eat through the growing season (May - October), as part of a balanced omnivore diet?
Wouldn't it be easier for the pig to forage than for you to have to feed it?
Maybe the question will lead to an answer that has a sugar beet component, maybe not.
My project thread Agriculture collects solar energy two-dimensionally; but silviculture collects it three dimensionally.
Location: Currently in Lake Stevens, WA. Home in Spokane
posted 8 years ago
It is common, after the harvest, to turn the hogs loose in the field. They will find every one the harvesters missed. Beets are most commonly used as a winter feed. Most hogs are slaughtered shortly after the harvest.
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