As promised, I went back to the feed mill and took a little tour. Well I am completely in a hurry this afternoon so this post has to be short and sweet so I will go more into detail with pictures of equipment and what they do next time (Hopefully tomorrow). For today though I thought I would should you the office and ware house space. Like I said last time, my feed mill is a pretty nifty little place. They have a little of this and a little of that. I do buy some of my tack from there before I bling it out. I can’t be seen using the same headstall as anybody else. My tack is completely customized. But I do buy some headstalls and bits from here. They have a decent assortment of goodies. They also have some saddles, I generally try to win my saddles though. 🙂
Here is a picture of the feed warehouse. Filled to the brim with super fresh feed ready to feed your chickens, goats, horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, cats, and dogs. I’m not sure about you but I like to eat fresh food and I don’t think that my horses deserve any less than fresh feed. When you purchase from a mill, they make the feed as they need it so it doesn’t sit around for months since there are no minimum orders to meet.
And here is the start of my next post. This is the computer program that actually schedules the batchs and tells the operators when to add each ingredient. But like I said, time is short today so I will go WAY more into detail on this next time.