What Melissa learned at the Duck Farm.
We have organic rations for layers and broilers, as well as a soy free blend.
We mill feed of the very best in nutrition and quality to produce rich milk.
Our organic turkey feed includes a high percentage protein rich soy-blend.
We mill rations for lactating, starter, grow-finish or breeding pigs - including micro and mini pigs.
For your sheep's delicate digestion, we use the best grains, minerals and salt.
Our horse rations contain corn, oats, soybeans, molasses and Fertrell minerals.
Our organic duck feeds are formulated for each stage of a duck's life.
Reedy Fork Farm is the only North Carolina organic feed source that offers bag or bulk feeds. We are a member of Organic Valley Co-op, and our feeds are developed in association with Fertrell Minerals and Redmond Salt. A certified organic farm since 2007, we use no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides, and none of our grains are genetically modified.
Our beautiful 600 acre farm is located just outside of Greensboro, NC, and has been in the Teague family for five generations. George Teague and his father, Franklin, currently own the farm.
Last week we told about Melissa’s visit to Duck Dance Farm. We quizzed her about what she learned, and here are some of the fun things she shared. •Turtles (especially snapping turtles) eat ducklings. •Just like chickens, ducks need grit to aid in digestion. (We have gran-i-grit for sale $12.50 per 50lb bag and oyster Continue…
North Carolina may not be known as “the cereal bowl,” but you’ll be surprised at the variety of grains grown and sold locally. Aside from the fields of corn you notice along country roads, you might have overlooked other grains growing nearby. Amaze your friends with these fun facts on what’s growing in North Carolina Continue…