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Field Peas, AKA Cull Peas or Split Peas

Field Peas, AKA Cull Peas or Split Peas

Regular price $29.00 USD
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Field peas, yay!  While some of us are blessed to live where peas like this are abundant, I'm learning about how many of you are not able to affordably source them in your area.  To help bridge that gap, I am delighted to offer 14# and 25# sizes.  

These are not certified organic, but contact me and let me know if you want me to add those at a higher price.

Non organic, non GMO field peas are sourced from our local supplier, Kaniksu Feeds, with a guaranteed analysis of:

  • Crude Protein (min) 22.0%
  • Crude Fat (min) 2.04%
  • Crude Fiber (max) 5.20%

Please note: supplies vary so you may see more green or yellow peas, or all one color.  I buy these in larger quantities and re-bag them to a size that will fit in a flat rate box to make it affordable to ship anywhere in the US.  Because this is an agricultural product, there may be a small number of inclusions, such as oat hulls.  I have no concerns using these exact peas to feed my dairy herd.

Field peas make up one of the three components to my homemade feed ration, which consists of whole oats, whole barley and peas. You can learn more about the nutritional profile by going to Feedipedia, an excellent resource for anyone wanting to learn the nuts and bolts of the feeds they're feeding.

 

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Sarah Heiniger
Incredible service

Little Avalon gets the orders right every time with super fast service. The products are always as advertised and super high quality. It’s hard to find field peas by me so it’s nice to have a quick source when my local supplier is out.

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Heidi Hungerford
7 month evaluation

These two doelings have been browsing their buffet for 5 of the 7 months they have been on the planet! I am very happy with their coats, eyes, hoofs and appetite. Their fecals had no worm eggs and few cocci this week. I did treat once with valbendezole two months ago for barberpole. They consume more of some minerals than others, but it appears to be correct judging from their overall condition.