We've got 3 piglets out on pasture and I'm noticing many people don't seem to feed pellet diets but just corn or other grains with w/e they toss out to them. Right now, I buy Producer's Pride Hog Grower 15%-protein pelleted feed for $14 a 50# bag. Wondering if there is other feed I can give them instead that would still be healthy for them, but a lot cheaper. We have no storage for huge amounts of grain, so that's not possible. They are pastured, but still learning what to do with the grass. So basically, I am wanting a supplemental feed. They do get scraps, but that's rare as it's only the two of us and we don't eat a lot. There's Producer's Pride All-Stock 12% Dry Sweet Feed for $11. I feed this to my birds; chickens, ducks and guinea fowl. Producer's Pride Whole Corn for $12. I was told Producer's PrideÂ® Calf Starter for $15 could be used to feed pastured rabbits. They didn't have any, so I use Purina 4-Square Stocker/Grower Supreme 14N for $13, its a supplemental feed for pastured beef cattle and creep feed for nursing beef calves. Since my rabbits are pastured, it's ok. The whole grains they have are all expensive, seems like all that would be cheaper is just whole corn. How healthy is that really?