Ground Corn Additive question

Discussion in 'Pig Feed and Watering' started by Bobp, Nov 1, 2016.

  1. Bobp

    Bobp New Member

    This question may be asked elsewhere but im looking to make the best decision i

    I stumbled upon a great deal for ground corn.
    I bought 8 super sacks of ground corn that was booled / steeped in lime (citrus)
    Water then ground and baked dry. Its an ingredient used for another product.

    The bags got small holes from shipping damage and were condemned.
    I paid 40.00 a 2000# sack (+- on the #.)
    Im currently feeding it free choice to some pigs.

    Im chewing over feed additive to increase protein.
    Im looking at adding a coffee can of 44% soybean meal, a coffee can of 16% wheat middlings, to a 5 gallon bucket of the corn meal. Then throwing in a double handful of calf manna.

    Ive never been a fan of Soy for feeding anything but pigs do convert on it. And its readily available.