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jason strayhorn

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I once had a pig drown in one of our ponds...put it in our huge compost pile. The heat cooked it and the proteins broke down real fast. that part of the compost got really really hot. Did not smell anymore after about a week.
3 years ago
So where can I buy some of this grain? Or if some one wants to trafe I save snake squash seeds. My pigs love em.
4 years ago
Check out that link above aaron. it is the facebook page we have been using. I am hoping to get some peeps together. so lets do a quick roll call on those interested, and give me your locations.

Florence al
4 years ago
Hey roger that sounds good. If you want...maybe you can come down for a visit. I can try to get a few more people as well.
4 years ago
So i have been trying to find a list of medicinal plants for pigs, especially out of the ordinary that may not be going in my specific plot. So if you have any experience or suggestions i would love to hear them. I currently reside in northwest al.
4 years ago
We have started to sell organic feed for the locals in north Alabama. We have swine food which is all milled and not heat treated, smells amazing. we also have chicken, horse and cow feed as well. We have started to feed our kunekune and American guinea hogs the feed, and i know that they are pigs, and pigs will eat anything but its amazing to see the difference between this feed and other organic feed. Extra care was taken to make this.

feel free to contact me through our website. Hogontherange.com
4 years ago
so anyone one else interested?
4 years ago
Here is a little about us

Our evolving farm is located north of Shoals Creek in beautiful Florence, Alabama. Natives of the west coast, our family relocated to Alabama to pursue a dream of a more quiet and sustainable life. After two diagnoses of autoimmune and neurological disease within our family, we decided to strive for a more natural diet free of pesticides, additives and GMOs. Initially, our farm was set up to provide food for just our family, but after much interest from our friends, family and community concerning our choices of livestock, farming methods and sustainability, we decided to open up our farm to all who are interested and create a small business. We are always learning about new breeds and farming methodologies. Currently, we pasture raise heritage breed hogs, chickens and specialty breed rabbits using organic practices to provide a source of sustainable and local food for the community. Be sure to check out our For Sale page to see available livestock. If you have questions about our farm, please contact us! We love to share our ideas and hear from others who are into sustainable food. Our happy hogs love visitors, so come see us – just don’t forget the carrots!
4 years ago