Other than that there are a few good feed stores around still. I always had good luck with the one up in the Thrasher's Corner area of Woodinville/Bothell. http://bothellfeedcenter.com/index2.html If you tell them what you want they will stock it, if they don't already have it.
Sorry I just saw this one too. Corn I think is going to be a no go on the west side at least- for bulk grain orders anyway. I am unaware of any, and I'm in a possition where I'd kinda expect to. Wheat, Rye, and Barley though are totally doable. The three bulk producers which spring to mind are
Gibbs Organic Farm which is just over the crest of the cascades. Grant Gibbs is an awesome dude with an astounding depth of knowledge. I'm sure someone would be able to advise you if you email them and give them a rough pre-order
Location: Graham, Washington [Zone 7b, 47.041 Latitude] 41inches average annual rainfall, cool summer drought
posted 11 months ago
Just going to necro this old thread rather than start a new one on the same topic.
I'm getting ready to dive into farming on a professional level [at a pasture-based scale] and I'm trying [and thus far failing] to find any good suppliers of non-gmo [ideally organic] feed and whole grains.
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