go to the feed merchants!!!

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scott essery

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Folling on from Malc's thread i went to the feed merchant and bought a 25k sack of brown crumb for 14

1lbs bags from the tackle shop cost 1

simple maths means that 55 compaired to 14

I dont like wasting money
 

norm

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I GOT A 25K SACK OFF MARTIN FOR 9.25

NOW THATS A BARGINicon_smile_wink.gif
it isn`t the size of the tiddler that counts
 

martin.

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hi
dont forget that a lot of the feedstores also do 5ltr tubs of liquid mollasses for about 6 -6-50p as wellas a lot of bulking g/baits, pellets,hemp ect at a fraction of the cost .

tight lines.
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Newt

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And if you get the stuff that is sold to feed critters that are later used for food, no VAT. So, if it is sold for cows or chickens it will be cheaper than if it is sold for horses (unless you can prove you are French and can claim you will eat the horses).

Newt Vail
 

Stu Dav

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You guys
Please be carfull when buying in bulk, You have to store the stuff for a long time, sometimes all season.

It has to be dry, not that damp shed in the yard
I will atract a whole lot more than fish if you give it arf a chance.
Slugs, mice, and a multitude of insects and other critters.

I fell for it once with damp ground bait,
my bird had mentioned that there were a lot of litte flys showing up
they ended up being little beatles 100s ov em living in the sack of ground bait under the stairs.

Be warned
or get some fly spray and mouse traps before you buy the next sack.

Stu Dav
 

norm

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lol stu dav

i know what you mean

i had loads of flour

and within weeks there was thousand of little beetles in it somehow

it isn`t the size of the tiddler that counts
 
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