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Re: Alfalfa Tea

In a message dated 96-06-13 09:53:36 EDT, you write:

> I was
>warned by a friend in the University of Calif. at Davis to watch for pellets
>that contained corn. Corn has a growth inhibitor, in fact such a good
>inhibitor that work is being done to control weed growth with it. Rabbit
>pellets are the most likely pellet to contain the ground corn. But read your

Good advice Cynthia.  Also, I had to search for the pellets without a high
molassas content.  I finally found "good" alfalfa pellets at Ohio Blenders in
York PA...and I go up there with my vanwagon and get them.  Clarence Mahan in

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