We encourage you to learn more about farming and hydroponic fodder systems by browsing the links below. To learn more about the Dykstra farm, please visit Organic Valley’s farmer description site.

Feeding horses sprouted grains is more nutritious and less energy dense. The stored protein and complex starches in the seed are an energy source for growth and increase in enzymes and vitamins. For horses kept primarily indoors, green fodder is an excellent alternative that is nutritious and delicious.

Andrew Dykstra discussed the financial benefits of feeding barley fodder at the 2012 Tilth Producers Conference.

View an article located in the Integrity magazine produced by WODPA about barley sprouts. The article was written by Dr. Sylvia Abel-Caines a ruminant nutritionist. For the article, scroll to pages 6-9.