Organic Pig Grower

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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

Product Description

Organic Pig Grower 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 soy and corn free Organic Pig Grower is formulated to offer ideal nutrition for your growing swine. With a minimum 16% protein, your pigs will be feasting on some of the best, most natural feed available. Naturally high in Omega-3 fatty acids due to the use of sesame meal and other locally sourced grains. This feed has cracked grains for easy digestion.

Start transitioning your pigs to Organic Pig Grower when they reach 40lbs. Be sure to offer plenty of fresh water and compliments to ensure your pigs are happy and healthy.

Organic Wheat, Organic Barley, Organic Peas, Organic Sesame Meal, Organic Flaxseed Meal, Ground Limestone, Organic Sunflower Oil, Vitamin/Mineral Pre-Mix

Why don't you produce a separate finisher?
Due to restrictions in ingredients and limitations with a soy free recipe, we decided to keep things simple and provide a base feed at 16% protein. This can be adjusted on your farm to reduce or increase protein depending on your needs. We do not recommend additional fish or flax meal as it has potential for off flavoring in the final product.
What is the shelf life of Organic Pig Grower?
Unlike many pelletized feeds, our feeds are whole grain and contain no preservatives. We recommend a 6-month shelf-life.

1 review for Organic Pig Grower

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Roni Smith

    Our pigs are pretty spoiled. They are moved frequently, have access to lots of produce and love their S&P feed. They are always nice and big for harvest and oh so delicious! Our customers have told us it was the most delicious pork they have ever had. This is a high quality feed with great nutrients. We also add S&P peas, oats and barley during the Winter months to keep them happy. My husband stews it up in a big pot to make them hot porridge every cold day. Did I mention these guys are spoiled?

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