Jessica Stokes wrote:Has anyone used whole seed Game bird mix for sprouting to feed their chickens and other sprout eating critters?? My feed store sells it in 70 lb bags for under $20.00. It has corn, millet, black sunflower, peanuts,oats, wheat, and I think what ever they sweep up off the grainary floor. So far I have had great luck with the sprouting, and every bit is devoured! The hens won't even go "open pasture and garden feed" if they have sprouts left in their run!
Just thought I would mention it anyway. Jessie
I'm not sure I completely understand what you're saying. Corn and soy are almost all GMO, like you said, but sprouting it isn't going to change their GMO-ness. They have been genetically altered, which means it's a permanent thing. Sprouting is going to be more nutritious than dry seed, but it will still be a genetically modified plant regardless.
Grant Fulcher wrote:Great info, i hope my quail will eat like this, maby i could buy this cheaper stuff if so b/c I think sprouting gets rid of the GMO seeds like all soy or corn. If yall are eating your live stock be sure to feed food thats not genetically modified, Monsanto and the FDA dont think its a big deal but its outlawed all across Europe etc b/c of some hard to argue side effects.
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