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post #71 of 198

I get organic Nutrena crumbles chick feed and layer pellets from Snyders Feed Mill in Glenville, PA (York county)

Wife, Mother of 3 (Bubba, PeeWee, and Em), 1 Bichon Frise, 1 lab/retriever mix, 2 cats, 3 parakeets, 1 white silkies, 2 Cockoo Marans, 3 red star, 3 white leghorn,50 baby chicks- Welsummers,EE & BCM, BBSCM, Cuckoo Marans!, 3 guniea chicks, and many fish.  Eat organically!!!! I♥raw milk!
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Wife, Mother of 3 (Bubba, PeeWee, and Em), 1 Bichon Frise, 1 lab/retriever mix, 2 cats, 3 parakeets, 1 white silkies, 2 Cockoo Marans, 3 red star, 3 white leghorn,50 baby chicks- Welsummers,EE & BCM, BBSCM, Cuckoo Marans!, 3 guniea chicks, and many fish.  Eat organically!!!! I♥raw milk!
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post #72 of 198

Just purchased Green Mountain feeds- organic scratch feed at Agway Gettysburg, PA

Wife, Mother of 3 (Bubba, PeeWee, and Em), 1 Bichon Frise, 1 lab/retriever mix, 2 cats, 3 parakeets, 1 white silkies, 2 Cockoo Marans, 3 red star, 3 white leghorn,50 baby chicks- Welsummers,EE & BCM, BBSCM, Cuckoo Marans!, 3 guniea chicks, and many fish.  Eat organically!!!! I♥raw milk!
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Wife, Mother of 3 (Bubba, PeeWee, and Em), 1 Bichon Frise, 1 lab/retriever mix, 2 cats, 3 parakeets, 1 white silkies, 2 Cockoo Marans, 3 red star, 3 white leghorn,50 baby chicks- Welsummers,EE & BCM, BBSCM, Cuckoo Marans!, 3 guniea chicks, and many fish.  Eat organically!!!! I♥raw milk!
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post #73 of 198

Southern Oregon

Rogue Feed, Organic Poultry Starter and Organic Poultry Crumbles
http://www.grangecoop.com/departmentFD.shtml
(Contains soy)

Grange Co-op
Central Point
225 S. Front Street
(541) 664-6691

Grange Co-op
Ashland
421 A Street
(541) 482-2143

Grange Co-op
South Medford
2531 S. Pacific Hwy.
(541) 772-4730

Grange Co-op
Grants Pass
1710 Schutzwohl Ln.
(Redwood Hwy. & Dowell Rd.)
(541) 476-7771

Grange Co-op
Klamath Falls
2525 Washburn Way
(541) 884-7733

FYI, regarding Modesto Milling: the second ingredient in their list is soy

I'm looking for local sources of grains to mix my own.


Edited by junglebird - 8/31/10 at 8:26am
post #74 of 198

Hello, we are a family owned mill in Oregon.  We produce a USDA Certified Organic Corn and Soy Free Poultry Feed. 

Magill Ranch
Cascade Feeds
80419 Wamic Market Road
Wamic, OR 97063
larrymagill@mail.com
magillranch.com

You can buy our products from:
Urban Farm Store, Portland Oregon
Azurestandard.com
Concentrates NW, Portland Oregon
The Eugene Backyard Farmer, Eugene, Oregon

Magill Ranch
Cascade Feeds
Making excellent feed because it matters.
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Magill Ranch
Cascade Feeds
Making excellent feed because it matters.
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post #75 of 198
Thread Starter 

Thank you for the additions; I added both of these posts' listings to the page. 

Quote:
Originally Posted by junglebird 

Rogue Feed, Organic Poultry Starter and Organic Poultry Crumbles
http://www.grangecoop.com/departmentFD.shtml
(Contains soy)

Grange Co-op
Central Point
225 S. Front Street
(541) 664-6691

Grange Co-op
Ashland
421 A Street
(541) 482-2143

Grange Co-op
South Medford
2531 S. Pacific Hwy.
(541) 772-4730

Grange Co-op
Grants Pass
1710 Schutzwohl Ln.
(Redwood Hwy. & Dowell Rd.)
(541) 476-7771

Grange Co-op
Klamath Falls
2525 Washburn Way
(541) 884-7733


Quote:
Originally Posted by Magill Ranch 

Hello, we are a family owned mill in Oregon.  We produce a USDA Certified Organic Corn and Soy Free Poultry Feed.

Magill Ranch
Cascade Feeds
80419 Wamic Market Road
Wamic, OR 97063
larrymagill@mail.com
magillranch.com

You can buy our products from:
Urban Farm Store, Portland Oregon
Azurestandard.com
Concentrates NW, Portland Oregon
The Eugene Backyard Farmer, Eugene, Oregon

To see pictures of my small coop, bantam Cochins, my urban garden and micro orchard, please visit my blog, hanburyhouse.com

 

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To see pictures of my small coop, bantam Cochins, my urban garden and micro orchard, please visit my blog, hanburyhouse.com

 

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post #76 of 198
Quote:
Originally Posted by Magill Ranch 

Hello, we are a family owned mill in Oregon.  We produce a USDA Certified Organic Corn and Soy Free Poultry Feed. 

Magill Ranch
Cascade Feeds
80419 Wamic Market Road
Wamic, OR 97063
larrymagill@mail.com
magillranch.com

You can buy our products from:
Urban Farm Store, Portland Oregon
Azurestandard.com
Concentrates NW, Portland Oregon
The Eugene Backyard Farmer, Eugene, Oregon


I was just going to add y'all to the list! I haven't used your feed yet but I bought some at Urban Farm Store ( 2100 SE Belmont St. Portland, OR,  (503) 234-7733. I will start using it when I've used up all of the Payback food I had already purchased.  Concentrates and Urban Farm Store also carry the Payback.

Concentrates NW
2613 SE 8th Ave
Portland, OR 97202
503-234-7501

Aloha Feed carries an organic feed. I think they said it was the Purina product but I'm not buying that.

Aloha Feed, Garden and Pet
18840 Southwest Alexander Street
Beaverton (Aloha), OR 97006-2804
(503) 649-6723

post #77 of 198

Hi!

Colorado Agri-Feed in Colorado Springs  CO is carrying Ranch-Way Feed's Organic feeds.  Feed is milled in Ft. Collins CO.  I would guess any Ranch-Way dealer could order it.

post #78 of 198

I have been wanting to offer a lot of different organic animal feeds on our web site at dirtworks.net. Unfortunately market forces make it very hard to make any money doing it.

One thing as a seller you come across right away is how little people want to spend on animal feed organic or not. That's just tradition in agriculture and it needs to change. I drive around Vermont and see satellite dishes and boats in people's yards all the time but for some reason people pay for those things without much complaint but when it comes to food people complain about the price everyday.
Two, feed prices are set on the commodities exchange and the prices are always changing and that makes it hard to settle on a price. One way to avoid this as a seller is to inventory a lot of it at a time but that ties up lots of money in a product that has a very slim margin. If you damage even a couple of bags on a pallet or the mice get into it which they often do that could cost you all the profit on that load.
These reasons and others is why it's so hard to find the stuff for sale steadily anywhere. I'm going to stay at it and do what I can to offer it to my customers but until people are willing to lobby for lower cable bills instead of lower food bills the struggle for safe food will continue.

post #79 of 198

Who sells organic feed in Lancaster, PA?

1 Hubby, 4 kids, 5 dogs, 3 cats, several pet rats and birds, and now chickens! Life is good!
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1 Hubby, 4 kids, 5 dogs, 3 cats, several pet rats and birds, and now chickens! Life is good!
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post #80 of 198
Quote:
Originally Posted by animalover 

Who sells organic feed in Lancaster, PA?


McGeary Organics is in Lancaster.  They sell organic feed & grains as far as I know.  Google them, they have a website.  Depending onn where you are Organics Unlimited Is in Atglen Chester County, not far from the Lancaster County border.  You can pick up at the mill.  They sell organic & No-soy organic.  Neither of the above seem to have a big distributor network, but if you are close to either mill, it would work.  Hope this helps.

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