I just spent a month's rent (25 whole dollars) on a manual grain grinder. I am tired of buying chicken feed with soy and wheat bi-products. I am ready to start making my own chicken feed and teaching the people in my community how to make their own also. What is the most primal chicken feed you can think of? It must be with inputs readily available in Central America (probably mostly grains and legumes), so it will be more of a Weston A. Price approach, I am sure. Yes, I realize anything but 100% pasture fed chickens are not primal, but we're all just doing what we can with what we've got. I am looking for something that can be pre-made in bulk and stored for up to a month or two. I currently supplement my mixed-flock's standard chicken feed with sprouted corn, food scraps, egg shell meal, black soldier fly pupae, and greens depending on availability. Any other suggestions for techniques I can teach my community on sustainable and healthier poultry production in the context of rural Central America are welcome.
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Most-Primal Chicken Feed Recipes