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Fermenting question

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I have been researching organic feeds that I can buy locally.  I am hoping to offer the girls free access to it dry and feed them fermented a few times a week.  There are not many organic feeds available locally and the ones that are available have yeast as an ingredient.  I have read that you should not add yeast when fermenting feed.  So, are feeds with yeasts in them not suitable for fermenting? 

 

In case anyone is wondering, the brands are:

 

Green Mountain

and

Central Connecticut Co-op

 

Thanks

post #2 of 3
It could still be fermented, the yeast won't hurt anything. Why would you only want to feed FF a couple of times a week?
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Well, it may be more than a couple times a week.  I want them to also be used to eating it dry because there are time that I will be out of town for a few days.  They will only have access to dry at those times.

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