Organic...or non-GMO Feed/Seed Supply needed; SW Ohio

Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by Hoytman, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. Hoytman

    Hoytman Chirping

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    There are plenty of feed stores/mills within short driving distance of me, but my fear is that they don't sell non-GMO seeds or organic seed. As soon as I'm done posting here I will be calling them to check and see what they offer in bulk bags. I just thought some of you may have alternative sources that I am not aware of.

    Next season I will be growing a major part of my feed needs for winter as well as summer.
     
  2. Cindy in PA

    Cindy in PA Crowing

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    If you didn't find any feeds, Kalmbach Feeds are in Sandusky, OH & should be available for you. They have regular, Non GMO & organic feeds. I really liked their organic, but it is not very available here in SE PA.
     
  3. Amatsuhono

    Amatsuhono Chirping

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    I personally have no issue with GMO's but depending on the type of feed you're looking at there may no even be a commercially available GMO option.
     

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  4. Cindy in PA

    Cindy in PA Crowing

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    There are lots of organic & even just Non GMO feeds available. I just listed a feed from Ohio for the OP.
     
  5. Amatsuhono

    Amatsuhono Chirping

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    Understandable. I just put the infographic up because some mills done advertise or list their products as non-gmo unless there is a gmo alternative to begin with. While others will do the opposite. While organic labeling is regulated, gmo is not.
     

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