Is my feed going to be ok?

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Hi I am Allie. This is my first post here. We got some pig feed this year in the spring, thinking that we were getting pigs. Well, plans changed and life happened= no pigs. We are thinking of getting pigs this coming spring, but we don't know if the feed will still be good. So, will it?

Thanks in advance, Allie.
 

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Greetings and welcome to BYH Allie, from NE TX! So glad you joined us. Generally speaking, the bagged grains/feeds are only nutritionally viable for 6-8 weeks. After that time it goes downhill quickly. I would suggest that you discard the stuff you have right now. There's a wealth of info, knowledge and experience shared in the multitude of threads. Browse around and see what interesting stuff you can find. By all means post away when the desire strikes you, especially if you have questions (provide as much detail/info as possible and pictures truly help)... With all the great folks here, generally someone will respond in no time at all. Please make yourself at home!

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