Organic Goat Feed

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Only available in 40 lbs bags through wholesale or your local retail store.

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Product Description

Organic Goat Feed is a Non-GMO Project Verified and Certified Organic product. We use a blend of Pacific Northwest grown cracked whole grains from Certified Organic farms throughout the region.

Our goat feed is formulated as a supplement to a forage diet for your goats. This feed has cracked grains for easier digestion.

Please Note: This product contains corn.

Feed to goats as a supplement to a quality forage diet that is at least 1.5% of the animal’s weight. When changing feeds, transition slowly over 10-14 days.

Recommended offering:

Kids – Free choice hay plus 1/2 pound of grain feed per day per head.
Lactating Does – Free choice hay plus 1/2 to 1 pound of grain feed per day per head.
Bucks – Free choice hay plus 1-2 pounds of grain feed per day per head during breeding season.

Offer plenty of fresh water.


Organic Oats, Organic Peas, Organic Corn, Organic Flaxseed Meal, Organic Wheat, Organic Barley, Organic Sesame Meal, Ground Limestone, Vitamin and Mineral Pre-mix, Salt, Organic Flaxseed Oil

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2 reviews for Organic Goat Feed

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Juliette Berto

    We just got our first goats a couple of months ago as full-grown does. We made sure to give them their current grains before adding new product, and as I noticed over time, the higher concentration of Scratch and Peck in the mix, the more excited they became about their grains! They were pretty excited at grain time to begin with, but now that they are exclusively on the Organic Goat Grains from Scratch and Peck, they go crazy and I’m lucky if they don’t knock it out of my hands before it’s put in their dishes! Goats approved of the switch!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Roni Smith

    Our goats look fantastic! I have never had any trouble with them keeping at a 6 BSC, even at the far end of lactation. I even had one gal sneak in for breeding, producing her 2nd freshening in 9 months. Not ideal in any way, but she did great! She never dropped BSC and is now pumping out tons of milk. Our ladies only get grains during breeding and lactation (In addition to BOSS and alfalfa pellets). The rest of the time, they are on pasture/browse with free-choice local grass hay. I have never have to treat for any deficiencies and have never had health issues. I feel incredibly confident in this feed, in fact all of our animals eat S&P.

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