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Re: Where to find soyhull pellets

Hello Billy,

I know my feedstore in Colorado carried them but I do not recall the brand name. They are not marketed under familiar brand names so if you ask your feedstore manager, he/she may be able to get them for you. Please let me know what you find.

I am becoming more and more interested in this as an alternative to beet pulp. Here is an excellent research article on the subject:

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Dr. Getty
Author of Feed Your Horse Like A Horse

Billy Blackman

Does anyone know of a feed company that sells bagged soybean hulls in pellet form?

Where are you from? Waverly, Ohio