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LA Black Grass #2622677 09/30/11 02:18 PM
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There are some round bales going around. Has anyone used this stuff? Looks nasty in a bale, but feed store says it looks that way.


Re: LA Black Grass [Re: highlonesome1] #2622733 09/30/11 02:37 PM
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Google it,some interesting reading.


Re: LA Black Grass [Re: highlonesome1] #2622797 09/30/11 02:59 PM
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Juncus Gerardii or salt meadow rush, when baled sometimes called salt meadow hay, salt marsh hay, salt hay or black grass.

It's good hay unless it has black grass bugs / beetles or their larva in it.

I wouldn't buy it before having it tested unless the producer or feed store selling it can provide negative test results.
Reach into the center yank out a big handful stuff it in a doubled paper bag and seal the top. Then get it tested.


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