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Straw bales?

 
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Location: USDA Zone 3-4/Sunset Zone 1a/in South Central WY
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Does anyone know of a source for straw bales in SE WY? --for gardening, not building. Thanks.
 
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Have you asked your county Extension Agent?
They should know which local farmers would have it.

 
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Howdy Kani, Welcome to permies! Does the local feed store have any? Maybe one of the local ranchers or people with animals might be able to help find some. Might have to go clear over to Wheatland or down into Eastern Colorado to buy them from a farmer.
 
if you think brussel sprouts are yummy, you should try any other food. And this tiny ad:
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