Do you have a basic question about the FodderPro Feed System or growing fodder? Chances are someone else does, too. Check out this section to view the most frequently asked questions about fodder and learn more about how fodder will benefit your farm.
Hydroponically-produced livestock feed has been used in Europe, Australia and New Zealand for decades but is still a relatively new idea here in the US. Take some time to review these general questions about fodder to familiarize yourself with the basics. Read More
Have questions about the FodderPro Feed System? Explore the most popular frequently asked questions on the specifics of the FodderPro Feed System. The information provided in this section will give you an overview of how our feed system works. Read More
With rapidly changing weather patterns and incredible droughts hitting the US, water conservation becomes more important by the day. Review these questions to see how the FodderPro Feed System will help your farm reduce its water usage. Read More
Have questions about the lighting requirements for growing fodder? By perusing through the information provided in this section, you will learn about what lights, if any, you will need for successful fodder production. Read More
Have a greenhouse you're not using? What about an empty basement? Hay mount? Extra horse stalls? We can make most any location appropriate for hydroponic fodder production. Read through these questions for more information about the growing environment required for fodder production. Read More
Since hydroponic fodder requires breaking away from traditional feeding methods, many folks have concerns about the effects on their animals. If you find yourself in the same situation, take some time to ease those concerns by exploring this section of FAQs. Read More
Where can you buy seed? What type of seed is required? How much does it cost? Seeds are the star of the show when growing fodder. Satisfy your seed curiosity by reading up on the ins and outs of selecting seeds for your fodder system. Read More