The wheatgrass juicer we purchased is http://www.amazon.com/Lexen-Products...dp/B0002LY8PA/. We have not juiced wheatgrass with it yet (going to start soon, it's too cold in our mobile home right now as we only really heat the bedroom where we spend all our time). It does juice lots of other things such as pineapple, carrots, apples, oranges and lemons. I would imagine it will do well on most soft fruits like berries as well. I believe there are a few others here that also use this juicer.
It's nice to know we made a good choice. I'm really looking forward to trying the different grasses to see which we like. Probably going to wait at least another month here to get started.
Just joined this thread, very informative.
Arky you explained it so well about the jointed and better to juice before it gets to that stage. I would have thought that it would be better tomcut and juice straight away but good news for me as it will allow me to store my grass in the fridge.
Mystic love the idea of feeding the cut grass to the chooks I had a residual memory that was a good idea and you confirmed it.
My neighbours have chickens, I will offer it to them.
I am growing my wheatgrass in hanging baskets down the side of my raw cafe, it's functional as well as extremely decorative.
My problem with my wheat grass is the rats especially when the young berries are beginning to shoot.
Mumcafe is on the river and is not enclosed.