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Greater Denver Urban Homesteading Group Message Board Food Producing Animals › Non-biodegradable Feed Bags

Non-biodegradable Feed Bags

A former member
Post #: 7
Hey all -

I know many feed suppliers have changed their bags to the polyethylene instead of biodegradable. I am experimenting with putting these bags to another use. If anyone has extras laying around I'd be happy to take them away! You can send me a message if you have an empty feed bag or two that you'd be willing to share.

Thanks!
Anisa
Jennifer
user 10357377
Denver, CO
Post #: 16
Anisa,

As a crafter I have to ask you what you're doing with these? Is it something crafty? This inquiring mind is nosy and would love to know what you'll be doing with them.

Jennifer
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