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Old 10-15-2019, 09:31 PM   #1
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Iím thinking about trying some cob corn instead of shelled. Just want to try something different. I did away with my feeder this year. What do all prefer? Any place around Milton to buy? Thanks
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I was getting it in bags off Atmore Hwy 5.00 a bag. Then got 2 tons in the dump trailer. The stuff is like deer crack,they love it. I saw some posted on craigslist for 35.00 for a 1 and1/2 yard loader bucket, and thats a bunch of corn.
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You don’t get as many kernels but it still last longer than loose Corn. They have to stand there and work it off the cob versus just inhaling a mouth full at a time
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Where can you find it over this way, North Okaloosa County?

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They do love it ! It looks like a deer chewing on a cigar when they are chewing on em . It also helps you determine their well used trails as they will walk off chewing and then dropping them along the trail .
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Itís good but nothing compares to a metered, timed dose of shelled from a feeder. They will eat it up but probably at night after they have hit all the feeders first
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Where can you find it over this way, North Okaloosa County?

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Got a buddy in Berrydale that had it the last couple years. Iíll check with him
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I saw a ad for it on craigslist up in Chumukla somewhere
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Do a mixture of both. The corn on the cob will keep them occupied until more shelled corn is put on the ground.
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