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Re: [RC] Tasty Hay or Not, what makes the difference? - Susan Bothern

Don't know where you are located but in eastern North Carolina I have to be
careful not to buy hay that has been fertilized with chicken manure or by
hog lagoons (hog waste).  The hay doesn't carry any obvious odor to me,
looks good, no mold, etc., but most horses won't eat it.  Expensive lesson
to learn.


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[RC] Tasty Hay or Not, what makes the difference?, Connie Owens