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Old 07-12-2019, 08:08 AM   #1
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Anybody have a source and price. The one's I've found were $25 per bag. That's a little steep for my hunting budget.
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Mannings in Milton has a corn/roasted soybeans mix for $14.00 a bag and Peyton Casey in Frisco City Al has roasted soybeans for $14.00 per bag. I believe he sells them by the drum too but not positive.
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Mannings in Milton has a corn/roasted soybeans mix for $14.00 a bag and Peyton Casey in Frisco City Al has roasted soybeans for $14.00 per bag. I believe he sells them by the drum too but not positive.
I get mine in Frisco. Ton price is best way to go.
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I get mine in Frisco. Ton price is best way to go.
What are you paying per ton?
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What are you paying per ton?
$600 in a bulk sack. If you buy a ton by the bag it's $13 a bag. 40 lb bags
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why roasted versus regular?
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Locks in the protein somehow. They don't seem to eat as many vs regular also. Regular 38% and roasted 62%.
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That's just crazy, but should work well putting horns on bucks in the summer.
Would love to try them, but I believe I would have a hogfest on my hands.
Might blend with corn for hunting season, do they sell them year round?
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That's just crazy, but should work well putting horns on bucks in the summer.
Would love to try them, but I believe I would have a hogfest on my hands.
Might blend with corn for hunting season, do they sell them year round?
All year
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That much protien??? Holy crap. No wonder it barely makes it 3 weeks when I plant it. I am gonna find some for the next feeder fill!
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