I feel like there's been a lot of discussion boards devoted to the organic, non-gmo, soy free food sourcing situation lately and I was hoping to get some feedback from my area - North Eastern US (I'm in Vermont). We've been feeding our girls an organic feed, likely with soy and maybe GMO (not entirely clear on whether it is completely certified organic … the labeling situation is a mine field!) and just had our first case of wry neck! So we're reconsidering our feed situation (assuming the case is related to a vitamin deficiency). I've already ordered from Scratch and Peck via Amazon, but the shipping rates are probably not sustainable for the long haul. Does anyone have any suggestions for other brands? or local feed or really any other solution? I'd even consider making my own. I'm stuck. Help! (and for the sake of efficiency and clarity - I don't think I'd be open for debating the viability of our choice for organic and non GMO… some of the other threads got pretty mired with that instead of finding resources - thanks for understanding). And just to recap - I need help finding resources for Organic, Non-GMO, Soy-free chicken feed… Scratch and Peck shipping is kicking my butt… and the feed from my local farm store isn't cutting it. Thanks!