HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN PIG FEED Formula - Best Quality Feed for LESS - YouTube

The BEST pig feed recipe that will make your pigs grow FAST, ready for butcher in 4 months or less! I used this feed recipe and I am so pleased with it, I wanted to share it with everyone. I also feed my pigs organic vegetables from my garden.

Excellent resource on feeding/costs, ect.

How much to feed pigs - As a rule of thumb, you feed of food each day for each month of age, up to a maximum of per day. Do not feed more than this - you will waste money and end up with over-fat pigs.

How to feed a pig for free

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How to make your own pig feed on the farm. | The Organic Farmer

How to make your own pig feed on the farm

Fun & Food for Gerbils  the rabbits might like this also Good idea! Got to try this with my gerbil!

Fun & Food for Gerbils Rabbits or chinchillas might like this also

Home made rabbit toys? - Page 3 - Rabbits United Forum

(any bunny would LOVE this!) Home made rabbit toys? - Page 3 - Rabbits United Forum

Made some pig feeders today so I can feed the pigs from outside the pen.

Made some pig feeders today so I can feed the pigs from outside the pen.

Dingle Dangle Scarecrow Song Sheet (SB11541) - SparkleBox

A printable sheet featuring the words to the ‘Dingle Dangle Scarecrow’ song in a simple format for use with children.

Natural Worming for Pigs: diatamaceous earth, garlic and rosemary. We mix diatamaceous earth into their feed bag so the pigs get the advantage of a continuous natural dewormer or 2 tablespoons to food a day for a large pig. Then once a month add 2 tablespoons of minced garlic to their feed once a day for seven days. Mince garlic. Can add some rosemary too.

Natural Worming for Pigs: diatamaceous earth, garlic and rosemary. We mix diatamaceous earth into their feed bag so the pigs get the advantage of a continuous natural dewormer or 2 tablespoons to food a day for a large pig. Then once a month add 2 table

DIY treat - freeze your guinea pig's or bunny's favorite fruit or veggie treat into ice cubes and give them as treats. This helps them cool down on summer days. Remember to always check with your vet before introducing human food to your pets.

DIY treat- put in the ice cube holder foods your pets likes to eat and is aloud to eat such as fruit and vegetables and then pour in cold water. Freeze in the freezer and then feed to your pet. Perfect for hot summer days to cool your pet off!

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