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Lentils as a cheap source of chicken feed?

 
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I've read that they can be found for as little as $.10 a pound. I have not been able to locate them so far locally or online for less than $.50 a pound. Does anyone here have a source that they'd be willing to share?
 
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I think you are seeing the effects of INFLATION. The material you are reading does not have to be very old for the prices on staples to be way off.
 
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R Scott wrote:I think you are seeing the effects of INFLATION. The material you are reading does not have to be very old for the prices on staples to be way off.



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Does anybody grow them locally? Ask your Extension Agent...he probably knows.

Buying online can be a disaster for bulk items.
That 50ยข per pound does not include shipping/handling...ouch!

 
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lentils could be one of the ingredients in your feed , but alone that is a whole lot of protein
 
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