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Non-roasted soybeans - any good? #8162418 02/09/21 09:54 PM
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Haven't been able to get ahold of cotton seed so I went with beans. Just found out they're not roasted. Any thoughts/ experiences?

Re: Non-roasted soybeans - any good? [Re: Herron] #8162707 02/10/21 12:46 AM
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Never fed them in a feeder but I know deer will go way out of their way for soybeans in the fields

I think once they figure out that they are good they will go for them fine. Might mix with some corn to et them started on them

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lf the saying "Liar, Liar your pants on fire" were true
Mainstream news might be fun to watch
Re: Non-roasted soybeans - any good? [Re: Herron] #8162718 02/10/21 12:55 AM
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Mine sat on the ground for a long time. The roasted ones get eaten quick.

Re: Non-roasted soybeans - any good? [Re: Herron] #8168157 02/13/21 06:03 PM
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The issue that some biologists bring up is that roasted soybeans are much more digestible than raw in regards to the bioavailability of the nutrients.

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