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Re: [RC] pellet diet - Karen Sullivan

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Lucy Chaplin Trumbull" <elsietee@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
come from a local mill, but seem to be found in the Bay
Area as well as the Sacramento Valley and surrounds.
Don't know if they supply as far south as you, Catfish?
but maybe you can pick some up if you come up this way
to visit?
These pellets aren't specifically "alfalfa pellets" as
they also have grass hay in them (as well as "other stuff"),
but looking at the label, I'm guessing alf. is the main
"hay" part of them. They are "pinky finger" sized.

Oh - and they are certified weed free, which is another
benefit if you go to places that require that.

*Hi Lucy,

A friend uses these; she gets them in huge barrels that get dropped off....I
it is supposed to be a balanced and all-inclusive feed that can replace hay.
I seem
to remember the pellets were bigger than standard alfalfa pellets.  She was
very pleased
with the quality of the pellets......


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[RC] pellet diet, Lucy Chaplin Trumbull