Family Farm Systems


Feed Your Farm has created affordable system options for the small to medium size Family Farm needing to produce 250 to 4,000 pounds of feed each day. Our Family Farm Systems are offered as a DIY Package or a Complete Package. We provide ration consultation with both packages.

The DIY Package

Listed to the right is our DIY Package pricing for each level of production. The DIY Package includes the equipment you need to accomplish your feeding goals, an Instruction Manual on how to put the system together, and an Operating Manual for running the system. You can get started growing 250 lbs per day for $5,999. The average 50 cow farm will need approximately 1,000 lbs per day.

DIY Pricing

250 lbs per day | $5,999
500 lbs per day | $8,999
750 lbs per day | $12,999
1,000 lbs per day | $14,999
1,250 lbs per day | $18,999
1,500 lbs per day | $24,999
2,000 lbs per day | $27,999
2,500 lbs per day | $33,999
3,000 lbs per day | $47,999
3,500 lbs per day | $52,999
4,000 lbs per day | $54,999
We can configure larger systems.
Let us know what you need!

The Complete Package

Our most complete service package includes the complete design of your system, the full installation of the hydroponic and environmental control equipment, as well as Technical Support to help you operate your system for as long as you require the support. For an average 50 head dairy farm, this complete service package will cost about $30,000 depending on various factors. Contact us for a more specific quote for a complete install.

Financing is available for all options – contact us now!

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Pricing subject to change. Shipping and applicable taxes are not included in the price. We have an East Coast team in Pennsylvania and a West Coast team in Washington State, which allows us to provide our customers with a higher level of service, faster lead times and more reasonable shipping costs. No matter your budget, the level of service you require, the region of the country your farm exists, Feed Your Farm is here to help farmers be successful in growing nutritious hydroponic fodder.
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Island Horticulture Supply