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Certified Naturally Grown requires that livestock feed be grown without synthetic chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or post-harvest fungal treatments. The feed must also be produced without genetically modified or treated seeds, and must not contain medications, or animal byproducts.

It is not sufficient for feed to be non-GMO. That designation is important and necessary, but it is not sufficient, since it does not indicate whatsoever that the feed meets the other standards outlined above, in particular, that the feed was grown without synthetic chemical fertilizers.

*Hiland Naturals’ non-GMO feed is not approved for CNG farms. We state this here explicitly because they continue to tell producers that this product is acceptable on CNG operations.

Depending on the region, feed that meets all of these requirements can be difficult to find or expensive to ship. Below, we’ve assembled some resources and a list of the most common feed suppliers that our current members use.

This is a work in progress. If you know of another feed supplier, please let us know; help us expand our list!

Suppliers of Feeds that Meet CNG Standards

While many of these suppliers only offer Certified Organic feeds, some also offer feeds that do not meet CNG standards. Producers must verify with the supplier that the feed meets all CNG requirements.


Cashton Farm Supply

Cashton, WI

Certified organic feed, grain, and minerals for livestock. Also organic seeds and pullets. Will mix custom blends. Distributors in IA, IL, IN, MN, OH

Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill

Elgin, TX

Certified organic livestock feed

Earth Pets Organic Feed and Garden

Gainesville, FL

Certified Organic livestock feed
Corn-Free and Soy-Free formulas available.

Graham’s Organic

Rosebush, MI

Certified organic blended feeds (poultry, swine, sheep, calf)
Minerals and grains

Green Mountain Feeds

Bethel, VT

Organic bagged feeds for Dairy, Swine, Poultry, Sheep and Goats.
Bagged feeds available at over 100 locations in the northeast.

Kalmbach Feeds

Sandusky, OH

Certified organic feed for cattle, goats, pigs, broilers, and layers, and minerals.
Distributors in AL, CT, GA, IL, IN, KY, MS, NJ, NY, PA, SC, TN, VA, WI, WV

Kentucky Organic Farm and Feed

Guthrie, KY

Specializes in organic livestock feed
Available in bulk and bagged

Lakeview Organic Grain

Penn Yan, NY

Certified organic feed grains, bagged feed, approved supplements, crop seeds and animal health care products. Deliver bulk feed throughout New York and northern Pennsylvania and ship seed throughout the Northeastern US.

Lightning Tree Farm

Millbrook, NY

Certified organic animal feed and grains

McGeary Organics

Lancaster, PA

Certified organic grains, feed ingredients, and specialty feeds for livestock. Distributors in DE, MD, NC, NJ, PA, OH, VA.

Mile Four

Minneapolis, MN

Certified organic feed in bagged and bulk for layers, US-grown. Ships to lower 48 states. Corn-Free and Soy-Free formulas available.

Modesto Milling

Modesto, CA

Certified organic feed for poultry, goat, dairy, sheep, hog, and rabbits

New Country Organics

Waynesboro, VA

Certified organic feed, grains, supplements, and health care products for livestock. Resellers in FL, GA, NC, TN, KY, MD and NY.

Organic Unlimited

Atglen, PA

Certified organic feed for layers, broilers, turkeys, pigs, cows, goats. Will custom mix blends. Distributor in NY

RCR Organic Feed

Hamburg, MN

Certified organic feeds and grains for poultry and livestock.

Reedy Fork Farm

Elon, NC

Certified organic feed for cattle, horses, pigs, goats, sheep, turkeys, broilers, layers, and ducks. Will mix custom blends.

Scratch and Peck Feeds

Burlington, WA

Chicken, turkey and pig feed. Offers Certified Organic feeds.

Thayer Feed

Thayer, KS

Specializing in organic grains for human and animal consumption, and custom feed rations

Tice Feed

Mainesburg, PA

Certified organic grains, and feeds

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