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Today I baled some hay to feed the sheep the coyotes eat

Bill Stockton

Today I baled some hay to feed the sheep the coyotes eat

by Bill Stockton

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Published by Falcon Press Publishing Co. in Helena, MT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sheep -- Montana.,
  • Sheep.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtext and drawings by Bill Stockton.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111 p. :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17907950M
    ISBN 100934318263
    LC Control Number83081970

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    While they can eat meat, vegetables are important for roughage. Also, avoid a pig diet too high in sugar, which means not giving all your fruit and table scraps to your swine friend. Additionally, some specialized pig pellets and quality pig feed can add nutrients to your pig's diet, but be sure to inspect the ingredients before doing so. Latest: For those who think coyotes are harmless. AmericanStand, Yesterday at PM. This section is for Vendor to promote their products and services. Latest: Broody full size hen breed? Fire-Man, Yesterday at AM. A Place to Horse Around. Latest: what do you call sections of hay bale? Danaus29, Saturday at PM.

    Baled alfalfa seems like an expensive material for mulch when much cheaper or even free organic materials make excellent mulch. Baled alfalfa is a commonly used food for horses and other domestic hoofed animals. Moldy alfalfa hay, however, would make horses sick if fed to them, so it can often be obtained free if one can find a source. The cows actually love to eat hay that is a little 'burnt'(it has an almost sweet, tobacco smell) but loses feed value and gives the cows the chits. that and you might loose 20% of the protine value, then there are times when you have enough extra hay that you carry over till next year, if there is to much moisture you lose the hay.


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