We're actually going to have to make our own feed as there isn't any local feed store that carries organic feed. Can you believe that? I found that really odd. Supposedly, much of the feed contains soybeans which are treated with hormones and the grains are treated with pesticides. Why people would go to the trouble of raising their own livestock for eggs or meat and feeding them a bunch of chemicals is beyond me. Of course organic feed is much more expensive, but if I'm going to eat all those chemicals, then I'll just buy crap eggs at the store. So, hubby is looking at some decent recipes as we'll probably have to mix our own. Petaluma has a store that carries organic feed, so we'll see. That's quite a drive for us, though. The biggest one was actually jumping up on me and sitting in my lap and sleeping. I'm sure she liked the heat more than me. And she was letting me pet her. This last week, though they've not been so keen on me touching them. But, they still come so close that I have to watch where I walk. They're not bothered by us, for sure.