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Old 02-13-2014, 10:59 PM   #21
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Just what we need. Deer and squirrels high on sunflower seeds. Now we will have to get bigger guns.
Kidding aside, I take it the sunflower seeds are still in the shells. Do you get any moisture problems?
They never last that long. I don't use a rest that often. One use and I feed the critters. Sunflower seeds that are used as critter feed are high in oil. I am sure they would mold.
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Kitty litter is what I prefer to use. It's cheap,and doesn't break down easily.
I also have heard kitty litter works good. I would be cautious in leaving the bag unattended. You never know about stray cats. Pun intended.
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i also have heard kitty litter works good. I would be cautious in leaving the bag unattended. You never know about stray cats.:d pun intended.
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Had my wife make me 4 bags from old jeans. Got 5 lb bags of rice for $1.50.

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I also have heard kitty litter works good. I would be cautious in leaving the bag unattended. You never know about stray cats. Pun intended.

The Stray Cats were a cool band.....oh. Never mind...

2 of the 4 I have we're bought filled. The two "Pro" ones that came with my Rest got filled with crappy dirt from my front yard I replaced with specialty earth for Citrus and Cactus I got from Home Depot,. I keep those in two tightly tied office garbage bags incase I accidentally dug up some bugs that are in there. I have a bucket of kitty litter in my back yard for visiting smokers,..and a second empty bug candle can with it incase of a bad grill fire...


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