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#1 Male OFFLINE   MikeP

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Posted 03/11/13 - 09:57 AM

A full bale gone in 24 hours!

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Posted 03/11/13 - 07:49 PM

Were do they sell alfalfa? Always wanted to put some out but didnt know where to get it

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Posted 03/11/13 - 08:06 PM

Were do they sell alfalfa? Always wanted to put some out but didnt know where to get it


Just call around to your local places that sell livestock/horse feed. Most of them carry it. I put a little sweet feed or corn on top of the wedges when I throw them out. Seems to get them eating it quicker.

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Posted 03/12/13 - 08:47 PM

lots of farmers sell alfalfa hay, just look around




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