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Frequently Asked Questions for Feed Dealers
If you're looking for a feed dealer, consider using these frequently asked questions to decide which one meets your needs:

What is the difference between GM and non-GM feed?
GM feed contains genetically modified ingredients, often soy or corn. While farms can raise organic livestock on genetically modified products, some believe that non-GM feed is healthier for cattle. In many areas, feed dealers are not required to label their products that contain genetically modified ingredients. Buyers, therefore, should ask for this information before making a purchase.

What's the difference between silage and fresh feed?
Silage is a fermented feed usually made from grass crops such as corn. Fermenting the feed makes it easier for ruminants, such as cows and sheep, to digest. Fresh feed includes any type of livestock or poultry food that has not been fermented or processed. It includes fresh-cut hay and grains.

How do food requirements differ for chickens, cows, horses, and other livestock?
Digestive systems vary from animal to animal, so they might need unique types of food to keep them healthy. For example, cows, goats, sheep, and bison are ruminants. Ruminants thrive on diets that primarily consist of grass feed. Horses can eat grass-based foods, but they can also digest fruits and vegetables well. Chickens thrive on a diverse diet that can include fruits, vegetables, grasses, and insects. Since there is such a wide range of diets that farmers might need to consider, it often makes sense to choose a feed dealer that can provide the proper foods for horses, cattle, chickens, and other animals.

National Grain and Feed Association
NGFA members handle more than 70 percent of all U.S. grains and oilseeds utilized in domestic and export markets. Our organization provides resources and supports best practices in the industry.
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Jones Feed & Cattle Co Write review for this local business
7031 Eastside Rd, Redding, CA 96001
(530) 243-3201  
Centerville Feed & General Store Write review for this local business
8778 Placer Rd, Redding, CA 96001
(530) 244-0490  
Strange & Son Fencing Write review for this local business
3705 Eastside Rd, Redding, CA 96001
(530) 938-2239  
Central Valley Feed Write review for this local business
4670 Shasta Dam Blvd, Shasta Lake, CA 96019
(530) 275-5992  
Palo Cedro Feed Inc Write review for this local business
22020 Old 44 Dr, Palo Cedro, CA 96073
(530) 547-3216  
Hawes Ranch & Farm Supply Write review for this local business
21923 Dersch Rd, Anderson, CA 96007
(530) 365-2332  
Anderson Farm & Yard Supply Write review for this local business
2715 State Highway 273, Anderson, CA 96007
(530) 365-2707  
Frontier Feed & Saddlery Inc Write review for this local business
5544 Deschutes Rd, Anderson, CA 96007
(530) 365-8072  
McMillan Hay Company Write review for this local business
1715 3rd Street, Anderson, CA 96007
(530) 949-6047  
Shasta Farm Equipment Write review for this local business
3748 Main St, Cottonwood, CA 96022
(530) 347-5077  
Reynolds Ranch & Farm Supply Write review for this local business
501 Madison St, Red Bluff, CA 96080
(530) 527-1622  
Hawes Ranch & Farm Supply Write review for this local business
712 Ash St, Red Bluff, CA 96080
(530) 527-4151  
CrossRoads Feed and Ranch Supply Write review for this local business
595 Antelope Blvd, Red Bluff, CA 96080
(530) 529-6400  
McArthur Farm Supply Inc Write review for this local business
37073 State Highway 299 E, Burney, CA 96013
(530) 335-2020  
Richfield Feed and Supply Write review for this local business
5605 99w, Corning, CA 96021
(530) 824-4633  
Mt. Shasta Feed & Supply Write review for this local business
330 N Old Stage Rd, Mount Shasta, CA 96067
(530) 926-2602  
C Bar D Feeds Write review for this local business
3388 State Highway 32 Unit A, Chico, CA 95973
(530) 342-5361  
Almond By-Products Write review for this local business
2604 State Highway 32, Chico, CA 95973
(530) 895-8948  
Raygoza Hay Sales Write review for this local business
6211 County Road 12, Orland, CA 95963
(530) 865-3225  
Bucke's Feed & Grain Write review for this local business
1308 Railroad Ave, Orland, CA 95963
(530) 865-4427  
Hay Wagon The Write review for this local business
834 6th St, Orland, CA 95963
(530) 865-4777  
Siskiyou Pellet Mill Write review for this local business
9539 Old Highway 99 S, Grenada, CA 96038
(530) 436-2241  
Wilburs Feed & Seed Write review for this local business
139 Meyers St, Chico, CA 95928
(530) 895-0569  
M&M True Value Hardware Write review for this local business
74540 Hill Rd, Covelo, CA 95428
(707) 983-6273  

The feed industry is a large market because many animals are raised for human consumption. With such a large human population, there is a constant need for more animal farms and ranches. This is one reason many people get into the agriculture and livestock supplies business. There is a lot of money to be made dealing in horse and cattle fodder. Grains to feed pig, straw and organic barley are products at the center of an agricultural feed career. The domestic farms in the United States require all sorts of hay, pellet foods, chicken meal, and bulk pet supplies.

In regards to education and experience, there is not necessarily a degree required to become a feed dealer. However, many people who enter this type of industry acquire a degree in business or agriculture first. This way, you can earn a higher salary and have more sophisticated knowledge required to do business with major clients. For instance, if you work for a major grain company or an organic feed distributor, they may prefer you to have a college education. An education can assist you with learning more about animal feed nutrition, the diet of horses, and organic foods for livestock.

If you choose to work as a feed dealer, it is likely that you will deal with mill workers, farmers, and ranch owners. While some of these individuals may have simple requirements for their livestock, others may have complex specifications for animal feed. Either way, the feed business can provide a lucrative career.



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