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Cotton seed #5487331 12/19/14 03:16 PM
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Anyone feed cotton seed ?

I have the perfect place to put up a wire feeder.

No cow access.

I have been told hogs will not eat it, not sure about that.

Thanks for the replies

Re: Cotton seed [Re: Dadeo] #5487382 12/19/14 03:44 PM
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We feed it to livestock, it's very high in protein. I would think hogs would eat it, though.


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Re: Cotton seed [Re: Dadeo] #5487422 12/19/14 04:02 PM
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Use to feed a bunch. Make sure you also feed protein pellets. CS lacks a lot of the trace minerals


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Re: Cotton seed [Re: Dadeo] #5488169 12/19/14 11:03 PM
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I used to mix it in with my Antler King pellets deer loved it but I stopped once they started hitting the pellets too expensive but if they won't eat the pellets it's a great way to get them to start.


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