Is anyone doing this? I'm not talking about grain that sprouts accidently and could be moldy... I'm talking about intentionally sprouting the grain on a routine basis and feeding it fresh. I've been doing some reading about it and it makes sense... In the same way that sprouted grains are more readily digested by humans, livestock also benefit. I was wondering if you're doing this, what grains/seeds you choose, and how you set up for sprouting on a larger scale. I went out and bought several yards of a small weave fabric net that I'm going to sew up into large, drawstring sacks. I'm setting up some 5 gallon buckets to use for soaking/dunking the seeds twice a day, and then the bag will hang to drip dry. Each sack holds about a 1 lb coffee can size scoop of seed. Best I've figured, the seeds need one day of soaking and then five days of dipping twice daily to grow to a good level of maturity. I'm starting this experiment by using wild bird seed mix and corn, and I'm feeding this to the chickens. It's working great so far. I'm going to try it out on the sheep next. I'm guess the soaking and dipping water would be a good base to use for compost tea.