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Fodder thornless honeylocusts

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Fellow silvopastoralists, I wanted to let you know that Rolling River Nursery has those hard to find big pod fodder honeylocusts I've been after for a while. They have been really hard to source.

I have no idea whether they are a good source, but they have all the ones I am after. I'm soooo excited!
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Many are sold out, but try Perfect Circle Farm

Lots of great stuff, some sourced from the remnants of the JW Hershey plantings in Downingtown, PA.  
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