Commercial Freeze Dried Foods (MH, Wise, etc.)

COharbinger

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Vegan Mama here. I was working on my referral sites on my website and found this lovely post about me and my husband. I do remember you and your brother each time we see each other at a show. Thank you so much for sending business my way. I signed up on this site using my new name "which I have to say is an excellent one". Chef Niva welcomes all and if you have any questions, feel free to message me anytime.
Welcome to the site! Glad you found us. I love incorporating your meals into my preps, and having some good chow when I go hiking. I find that your pouches don’t take as long to reheat as mountain house or other brands do.
 

Vegan Mama

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I absolutely love the feedback. As I tell others my goal is to keep my food source affordable for everyone. I am very content in my life and life has been good to me. I just finished up an order for my newest secret addition to my food source. 5-gallon buckets filled with 200 servings for $150.00 (Meals). I am broadening my horizons with more available options in regards to the available meals I have. I now have over 30 different ones. I hope we see each other again in the future. I would like to gift you with something for helping me build my business. ;):)
 

COharbinger

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I absolutely love the feedback. As I tell others my goal is to keep my food source affordable for everyone. I am very content in my life and life has been good to me. I just finished up an order for my newest secret addition to my food source. 5-gallon buckets filled with 200 servings for $150.00 (Meals). I am broadening my horizons with more available options in regards to the available meals I have. I now have over 30 different ones. I hope we see each other again in the future. I would like to gift you with something for helping me build my business. ;):)
If you are at the show in February I’ll be there!
 

COharbinger

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I absolutely love the feedback. As I tell others my goal is to keep my food source affordable for everyone. I am very content in my life and life has been good to me. I just finished up an order for my newest secret addition to my food source. 5-gallon buckets filled with 200 servings for $150.00 (Meals). I am broadening my horizons with more available options in regards to the available meals I have. I now have over 30 different ones. I hope we see each other again in the future. I would like to gift you with something for helping me build my business. ;):)
That’s a good deal on the bucket too. Is it prepackaged or can you select the options?
 

john 1775

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Vegan Mama here. I was working on my referral sites on my website and found this lovely post about me and my husband. I do remember you and your brother each time we see each other at a show. Thank you so much for sending business my way. I signed up on this site using my new name "which I have to say is an excellent one". Chef Niva welcomes all and if you have any questions, feel free to message me anytime.
Do you have a website?
 

Vegan Mama

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That’s a good deal on the bucket too. Is it prepackaged or can you select the options?
You can select what you want in the bucket. That's the cool thing. You get to choose. In order for the order to be freshly made you must get in contact with me personally. I do not offer this on my site.

Also, all of our products are freshly made to order. Nothing sitting on the shelf losing it's shelf life either. We get a fresh dried product every two weeks. Right now just a heads up there is a shortage of Beans, Potatoes, and sugar. But we have good connections.

FREE SHIPPING TOO!!!!!!
 

Back40

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And don't forget pets! I'm going to pick up extra dog food next trip too.
On that topic -

Most feed that I have for chickens, cows, and dogs will keep a significant amount of time as long as it doesn't get wet and has some decent airflow. Don't put feeds into an airtight container like a 55 gallon drum with a lid or a plastic tote. It will spoil rapidly due to mold.

Best thing to do is to put the bags of feed in an open top 55 gallon drum and don't put the lid on. It'll keep rodents out, keep the feed nicely contained, and there's enough airflow.

Alternatively, you could construct some type of wooden structure that would do the same thing.

The bags do a good job against insects, but obviously you've gotta have something for rodents.

Just a few tips... I routinely buy a trailer load of feed and that's how I keep it fresh and good for months at a time!
 
On that topic -

Most feed that I have for chickens, cows, and dogs will keep a significant amount of time as long as it doesn't get wet and has some decent airflow. Don't put feeds into an airtight container like a 55 gallon drum with a lid or a plastic tote. It will spoil rapidly due to mold.

Best thing to do is to put the bags of feed in an open top 55 gallon drum and don't put the lid on. It'll keep rodents out, keep the feed nicely contained, and there's enough airflow.

Alternatively, you could construct some type of wooden structure that would do the same thing.

The bags do a good job against insects, but obviously you've gotta have something for rodents.

Just a few tips... I routinely buy a trailer load of feed and that's how I keep it fresh and good for months at a time!
Hmmmm. I took an old fridge and laid it on its back to use as a grain bin, putting the bags of chicken fees inside that. I’ve not had mold issues, but then again it’s been cold since I started using it... maybe I need to prop the lid open.
 

Back40

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Hmmmm. I took an old fridge and laid it on its back to use as a grain bin, putting the bags of chicken fees inside that. I’ve not had mold issues, but then again it’s been cold since I started using it... maybe I need to prop the lid open.
It'll mold when it gets warmer. Especially if it gets some humidity in there.

If you just prop the lid open six inches, that'll be sufficient.