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storing oats for shtf
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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    While my wife and I were at tractor supply yesterday, I noticed a 50 pound bag of oats next to the chicken feed. If I remember right, the price was about $12 - $15 for the 50 pound bag. I am thinking about redoing my homemade superpails of oats. The oats that are in the pails right now would...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I picked up 100 lbs of Steamed Crimped Oats from a feed store I was wondering if I could store these for survival food.. Only Contains Oats and Veg. oil. I know with the oil it won't last as long. But I Think I could run them threw a Grain Mill if need be... Anyone Know anything about...
  3. Food and water
    How long will oats last for when stored in mylar bags with an oxygen absorber? I have some gallon mylar bags, I would like to fill them about half way with oats, seal, the fill the other half with oats. These are the cans of rolled Quaker oats that you can get from the local china-mart...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I bought whole grain oats from the feed store. I was hoping to be able to put in mylar bags (with ox absorbers) and if food ever ran out eat and feed to animals. Now looking at them they look nothing like oat meal and after further research I don't know If I will be able to eat it. LOL. I did a...
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