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WalkingWolf wrote:I've seen this thread (and many others on sweetfeed) continuing to circulate and can't really see the point. I been feedin' "sweet feed" for about 40 years now and I've probably seen 30 different formulations. The ones that have the pellets thrown in is what probably got me wonderin bout this. To each his own but I'd think the time and effort spent would be better spent on using a grain that you at least know what it is. I aint against using stock feed in any way nor stock grade molasses but this sweetfeed thread baffels me.
Kinfolk had a feed store/feed mill/fertilizer operation. Sweetfeed blend depended on what they had in bulk tanks for the week.
Dnderhead wrote:each grain mill makes it different, sweet feed, is grain,(usually corn/oats) with additives this can be most anything from chicken x to---salt/minerals
as these are dusty they "glue" it on with molasses. as for converting that is not going to be easy, the grain should be crushed/ cooked, and how you going to do that with molasses in it? if you want to use all grain then use grain.
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