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organic or non gm pig and chicken feed

 
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Hi
I am new here so please forgive any mistakes. Does anyone know any organic or non gm pig feed and poultry feed near Castelo Branco area. Just starting on a quinta near Alcains
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I don't know, but I know that Burra Maluca https://permies.com/forums/user/profile/32185 lives in Portugal, and if you don't get a response on your thread in a few days, you could probably PM her. She's been really busy recently, so it might take a while for her to respond, but she might be able to point you in the right direction.
 
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The only thing we've found so far is organic wheat grain that is sometimes in AgriLoja on the industrial estate.  

It might be best to think in terms of raising fewer animals and growing most of what you feed yourself.  Acorns are good!
 
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Thanks Nicole and thanks to Burra, I will call in to Agriloja. We will grow more of our own, but whislt we are sorting out water and electric and masses of other stuff we have let the neighbour rent most of the land as previous years
 
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Thanks. At Agriloja at the minute they have organic barley, organic maize and organic chicken food , also i am chasing a source of farm sold corn
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