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Growing wheat grass
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I have this wheatgrass thread in the food section.  But I'm also putting one here as it can be raised various ways for both your animals and for yourself.  











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Was unable to find wheatgrass at the local feed stores.  I can get 'people' wheatgrass in the small bags but what I'm looking for is the feed type in the large 25-50 lbs bags.  I'll have to keep looking.  I did however find rye grass at Lowes.  Eddie mentions that he uses rye grass in the above video so I've started growing this for the rabbits/quail.  I have a bunch of those black, plastic seed pans that I've collected over the years so I'm using them to grow the rye grass in sod blocks.  Seems to be doing just fine.  

I'll report back when it's tall enough to give to the rabbits and let you know how they like it.
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http://www.99pallets.com/pallet-garden/d...g-planter/

Found this today. A good cheap way to grow wheatgrass and other herbs. Thought I'd share.
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