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2015/08/05

Fodder update

Well, finally got a decent small crop of wheat fodder, so in heavy anticipation I gave it to the chickens this am. And once again, it shows that the Internet is not always right. The chickiens ate the seeds that were not sprouted, but ignored the sprouted ones. I am out of wheat seeds, but I have barley in the process. I'll see how they like barley.

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