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Where to Buy Soybeans #7759212 02/28/20 11:44 PM
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Need to find a place between Denton county area and Childress or Midland/Odessa and Childress.
Anyone know of a place?

Re: Where to Buy Soybeans [Re: Dink Dodger] #7759228 02/29/20 12:18 AM
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Feedstore in McKinney (Collin County Feed I Think) sells a blend of either 50/50 Soy bean/corn or 70/30. There is another feed store in Mckinney on the other side of 121 but have no idea the name, a couple years ago I bought straight roasted soybeans from them. Roasted soybeans in 50lb bag were $16/bag... That I do remember ! Sorry to be vague, and I know its not In the exact area you requested, but I also know how hard it is to find smile.

Re: Where to Buy Soybeans [Re: Dink Dodger] #7759393 02/29/20 03:32 AM
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The feed store in Mason

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Call Shane at Pilot Point Feed and see if he is still carrying it. I bought a blend from him last year and he had it on a regular basis. I fed it out of my spin cast feeder and it worked great. I for get the brand but it had a higher ratio of soybean in it than the Bryant brand. I'm thinking $11.95/50lbs.

Re: Where to Buy Soybeans [Re: jetdad] #7759437 02/29/20 05:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Lotto
The feed store in Mason

That's the wrong direction. Any place around Childress? I see you're in the panhandle

Originally Posted by Bigdaddy1234
Feedstore in McKinney (Collin County Feed I Think) sells a blend of either 50/50 Soy bean/corn or 70/30. There is another feed store in Mckinney on the other side of 121 but have no idea the name, a couple years ago I bought straight roasted soybeans from them. Roasted soybeans in 50lb bag were $16/bag... That I do remember ! Sorry to be vague, and I know its not In the exact area you requested, but I also know how hard it is to find smile.

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Call Shane at Pilot Point Feed and see if he is still carrying it. I bought a blend from him last year and he had it on a regular basis. I fed it out of my spin cast feeder and it worked great. I for get the brand but it had a higher ratio of soybean in it than the Bryant brand. I'm thinking $11.95/50lbs.


Thanks guys, I'll make some phone calls

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My lease was up between Crowell and Paducah, not too far from Childress. Deer, pigs and javelina's seemed to really like it. never had any left. I didn't pen my feeders because I enjoyed shooting hogs more than anything else. The roasted soybeans put off a nice smell. Shane's a great guy and would probably stock it for you if he's not currently carrying it.

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Lotts in Childress carries the Mr Buck. This is a combo of roasted soybeans and corn, but heavy on the corn. It's expensive too. I don't know who up there would stock roasted soybeans.
I get mine from Bryant Grain here in Aledo and mix my own with corn.

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The Feed Store in Aspermont may have it...nice people .. give them a call

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Originally Posted by llbts1
Lotts in Childress carries the Mr Buck. This is a combo of roasted soybeans and corn, but heavy on the corn. It's expensive too. I don't know who up there would stock roasted soybeans.
I get mine from Bryant Grain here in Aledo and mix my own with corn.



They sell 50lb bags of soybeans at Bryant?

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Lotts in Childress carries the Mr Buck. This is a combo of roasted soybeans and corn, but heavy on the corn. It's expensive too. I don't know who up there would stock roasted soybeans.
I get mine from Bryant Grain here in Aledo and mix my own with corn.



They sell 50lb bags of soybeans at Bryant?


Yes sir they do. Roasted soybeans. I've been buying them for 5+ years from them.

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