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Soaking feed or feeding it dry 5 years 1 month ago #5957


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What do you all do? I soak my feed with water and red cell.
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Re: Soaking feed or feeding it dry 5 years 1 month ago #5958


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Oats soaked in water and red cell also I use apple cider vinegar. sometimes we put electrolytes in the oats too.
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Re: Soaking feed or feeding it dry 5 years 1 month ago #5974


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brad how often do you feed the oats and how much do you feed?
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Re: Soaking feed or feeding it dry 5 years 1 month ago #5981


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While they are putting in feathers I feed soaked oats once a week.
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ok had heard about that was just wondering thanks
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Re: Soaking feed or feeding it dry 5 years 1 month ago #5985


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I also heard that soaked oats will help females lay
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Re: Soaking feed or feeding it dry 5 years 1 month ago #5990


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We use a combination of red cell and wheat germ that we mix into our feed.
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Re: Soaking feed or feeding it dry 5 years 1 month ago #5993


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I use soaked oats 2 times a week with red cell, cod liver oil and wheat germ and electrolytes and they eat it up like its candy..
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Re: Soaking feed or feeding it dry 5 years 1 month ago #6003


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Ok I am gonna show my deet dee dee Josh do you soak them in water over night then coat them with the other stuff or mix all the components together and let it set or just mix it all together. My idea of soaking is submerged in liquid till they swell up or sprout. (a day or two) the last time I tried it I let them set for a week they started to get right lol.
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Re: Soaking feed or feeding it dry 5 years 1 month ago #6007


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that wheat germ oil is good stuff.
Jimmy Sorrells
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