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update on pinto bean sprout experiment

jars of beansSince the sprouts need to be rinsed on a daily basis I decided to drill several holes in a couple of jar lids. This makes it easy to submerge your sprouts and empty the water out.

There is an automatic way to do this, but it will cost you over a hundred bucks, and I'm not sure how much easier this contraption would be to operate.

This post is part of our Sprouting Beans for Chickens series.  Read all of the entries:

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