Moringa Livestock feed for the future

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We are livestock farmers just like you, and we have struggled this season with our feed needs. We raise show quality breeding alpacas. Proper nutrition is vital to the success of our carefully monitored and strategized genetic improvement program. We are also passionate about using sustainable farming methods in our farming and we want to teach others how to do the same.

We have been producing aquaponic fodder here in Northern Colorado at the Center for Economic Excellence and feeding it to our show quality alpacas. We are very selective about what we feed, and this has been a very exciting addition to our feeding process.We will be regularly reporting on our results with this new technology through our Mountain Sky Alpacas website, as well as through our Nourish the Planet Membership Community.Moringa

We will be marketing a unique livestock nutrition plan to selected clients which will include an aquaponic fodder program.We can put all that science has to offer into your hand so that you can effectively grow and produce the right feed. Whether you need to fatten up that beef cow, or put lean muscle mass on that horse. Fodder Cattle Dot Com has the right fodder feed solutions and the right products for you and your livestock. Aquaponic fodder is young green grass that has been grown from grain or grass seeds grown in 6-10 days in a controlled environment using very sustainable and earth friendly technology.

This 6-8″ long green grass is fed directly to your livestock as a replacement for grain and for a significant percentage of your normal hay feeding amounts.Eventually, in three years time, increased fodder availability, livestock production, and access to better marketing facilities, are expected to enhance family incomes from Rs20,000 per year to Rs46,500 per year through the sale of fodder grasses, improved livestock and their products. The Fodder Solutions hydroponic system of producing high quality ,economical animal feed is particularly suited to environments that experience drought, land shortages, short growing seasons and climate difficulties.An adequate supply of livestock fodder is crucial to the livelihoods of millions of people across the developing world, and not just for farmers, but also pastoralists and the large number of landless who depend mainly on common land for grazing.