Here is a shot of how we are handling the grain sprouting for the red wattle hogs. We simply fill 5 gallon buckets with grains and load them in the gator. Then drive them out to the hog feeding area. After unloading into pallets we fill each with water. In 3 to 4 days they have sprouted! Then we pour them... Water and all.. Into the feeders. Right now that lasts them about half week.
The recipe being used currently is:
8 buckets organic wheat
4 buckets organic rye
4 buckets organic peas
We are adding organic whole barley to the mix next week and about once a week add a couple bags of organic cracked corn.
Sprouting the grains allows the whole grain to be digestible and adds nutrition over what would be dry grains. We could use cracked or rolled grains but I feel that sprouted is ultimately healthier than dry.
We are still looking at ways to simplify this but for now it works well.