I love my zip ties. Never buy just a small bag! Thanks again!
I don't usually take my sprouts to the fodder stage - just the sprout mat stage. I love @Kassaundra s burlap bag sprouting and before I read how she did it, I just did the sprouts on the counter or in fodder pan like above. (Here is a post I did a long time ago about the counter top sprouts and fodder for a SMALL flock )
Now I use Kassandra's method and I LOVE it. Easy, easy easy to do, easy to feed.
Edited to add: This is Kassaundra's video demo of how she does the sprout bags.
Invert the bag on a post you pound into the ground. They'll help themselves and clean the bag right up! (I also throw some around on the ground so the lowers can get them.
I thought about doing this last year and didn't. I think I will be doing this this year though. They really seemed to miss greens in the winter, fresh greens that is. I bought greens and chopped them up. A little more prep time, but once set up sounds like it runs well. Thanks!