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The chicken feed shuffle

Cat's out of the bag
We've carried in 50 pound bags of chicken feed before, but it's a struggle during the muddy season and hard on the back.



The new method is to transfer 15 to 20 pounds in a smaller cat food bag so it can fit in a medium sized back pack.





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Yes.....we have one of those cats(Huckleberry) who will only eat a certain type of cat food(Surf-N-Turfin). He's very vocal when it comes to his dinner and usually gets what he wants.
Comment by mark Fri Dec 30 16:09:11 2011





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