good feed brands in washington state?

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good feed brands in washington state?

Post Number:#1  Unread postby shazza » Mon Dec 11, 2017 5:06 pm

there are many things that i stress about when thinking of moving - new doctors, new vets. this time i'm stressed about finding good feed for my rabbits and other animals :x

does anyone know any good brands of feed in washington state? i'm having a hard time finding any - i know there's probably tons of local brands but i don't know where to find them. my rabbits are currently on Petrus 50/50 and doing amazing, so i'd like something comparable. soy-free would be nice, organic would be excellent. i don't care about GMOs or anything like that. mannapro is always an option but i would rather use something less commercial.

if anyone has any recommendations for sheep/goat/pig/chicken feeds as well i'll take those too.
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Re: good feed brands in washington state?

Post Number:#2  Unread postby Ozarkansas » Wed Dec 13, 2017 4:36 pm

Modesto Mills feed is available on the west coast. It is organic, non GMO, and has soy free options. Although not the cheapest feed, it has been the highest quality organic feed we ever used. They have different formulas for every common farm animal. If I still lived in California I would use it, but getting it shipped here is crazy expensive!
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