I've been seeing news stories about organic fraud. ie: http://www.organicauthority.com/fra...of-organic-soybeans-shown-to-be-conventional/ or https://www.washingtonpost.com/busi...7c8a68c1a66_story.html?utm_term=.efbf45d7cd2a or if you check the recent news, there are lots of stories about this. anyways, are there any feed companies that do independent testing (bonus points if they're available in Canada) to ensure that the feed is actually organic and not fraudulent? and are there any companies that test their organics for glyphosate residue? according to the Canadian food inspection agency, glyphosate is showing up on a lot of 'certified organic' grains, etc. are there any legume or grain crops that are non-gmo by default and that don't have glyphosate sprayed on them as a desiccant before harvest that could be used to make my own feed? i know that's a loaded question! the industry standard seems to be to use roundup as a desiccant, across the board. you know how the ewg releases a list of the dirty dozen and clean 15 for fruits and veggies every year, is there anything like that for grains/legumes/seeds? and if so, are there recipes that use the clean grains etc to make a suitable diy chicken feed? when i heard about olive oil and honey fraud we stopped buying olive oil and now we keep our own bees. i have no idea how to feed our chickens without buying feed, especially when we're growing out meaties. we don't have enough land to grow our own grains for them. i have friends who buy the non-gmo or organic feed, cross their fingers and hope they're getting what they pay for, and so far, that's what i've been doing. i'm wondering if anyone else has looked into this issue and has figured out a better solution?