I have been raising and selling broiler this year. So far I have raised, processed and sold over 300 of them. I have several customers who have inquired about a broiler that is fed a soy-free ration. I checked at my mill, and they have several rations available. I decided to order 50 chicks and do a test batch. I am also going to supplement them with the extra goat milk and Kefir I make from the milk. I figure between the soy-free feed, milk, Kefir, and the pasture, they should have some very nutritional meat. It will be interesting to see how fast(or slow) they grow on this diet. Chicks are coming next Thursday. I may document their progress and keep everyone posted on how they do compared to the usual diet I feed them (23% custom feed). The soy-free feed is about $3/50# bag more, so I will need to track costs to determine the selling price. The people interested in soy-free don't seem to care that it will cost more, so it may be an opportunity to make a little more profit, as they are expecting a higher price. One customer said no matter what it costs, it would be worth it. I'll keep everyone posted.