Hi Lee, I m also in the same boat as you, my dad has bought 17 acers of land and wants to do the scientific way. But I personaly prefer the natural way. I mMessage 1 of 92 , Jul 22, 2008View SourceHi Lee,
I'm also in the same boat as you, my dad has bought 17 acers of land and
wants to do the scientific way. But I personaly prefer the natural way. I'm
well educated have a business of my own in the city, a lot of objections
from near & dear. In a world where money is the main goal, I'm glad that
there are a few who are in the other direction. Keep cheer and be patient we
will get across. A lot of hurdles on the way,
You can think of India if you plan to move out of America provided things
work out. Land is cheaper here but is sold only to farmers of India.
Non-farmers of even India cannot buy. You can get good red soil agricultural
land from INR Three Lacs onwards(1000 USD) which will be around a 100Km from
the city. You need to remember India is not as developed as America. Any way
this is just a suggestion.
Check this llink
You can contact him for any help. You will get first hand information.
Do write back.
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-No, the chicken layer pellets are poultry feed for laying hens. It is grain based feed but if you want complete ingredients maybe check the label on the bagMessage 92 of 92 , Jun 22, 2009View Source-No, the chicken layer pellets are poultry feed for laying hens. It is grain based feed but if you want complete ingredients maybe check the label on the bag at your feed store. Steve G.
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> So are chicken layer pellets similar to Sluggo (iron phosphate
> pellets), which is sold as a nontoxic (to pets and wildlife) snail
> and slug remedy at about $5-10 (est.) a pound in the U.S.? What's in
> them? Do birds eat them, or do you need to hide them (as with Sluggo)?
> At 11:00 PM +0000 6/22/09, grannis04 wrote:
> ---Micheal, I don't know what a chicken later pellet would be but
> chicken layer pellets are fed to laying hens. This really works and
> is very inexpensive. A 50lbs. bag is about $12.00 here. Good luck,
> Steve G.
> > Steve, what is a chicken later pellet?
> > Michael
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