deals50lb. bag of legends senior horse feed at…

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It's a drive for me but for 50 pounds of free feed, worth it.

I don't see on the coupon where is says 50 pounds. Are you sure it isn't a small sample?

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Hmmm .... Would a cat eat this?

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@ah111467: To heck with the cat,I'm a senior citizen on a fixed income.....how bad could it taste!

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I think this would be great for people to donate to the local horse rescue facility.

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@cebooher3: On the coupon under the words "Of Legends Senior Horse Feed" it gives the item number: 553-84011

http://www.southernstates.com/catalog/p-8982-legends-senior-pelletedextruded-50lb.aspx

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@ah111467: Probably not a good idea. The amount of protein and fat is at least one half what it should be for a cat.

However, your goat (or llama) will probably enjoy it.

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@nanaejt: Remember to follow the advice on the package and for older horses with poor tooth condition or tooth loss, mix Legends Senior 14P with warm water to make a mash or soup. If no hay is fed, increase the feeding rate of Legends Senior 14P by 1 pound for every 2 pounds of hay listed in feeding directions for indicated body weight.

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I hope it's void in Washington D.C. as they have plenty of by-product already.

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@jbrothman: Thanks for the tip,I am trying to reduce my hay consumption .....too much fiber keeps me indoors all day.

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@nanaejt: I usually have mine with milk and sugar, banana or fresh fruit.

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Hmm, nearest location 572.22 miles....

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I see there are some locations near me. I wonder if any of them would accept the coupon. While I don't have a horse, I'd gladly donate it to a local horse rescue if I can find one. I'm sure they would more than appreciate a little help, and I love horses!