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Old 27-04-2003, 06:32 PM
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http://www.southernstaralpacas.com/beans.html

They make it, I rake it, you take it.

Our alpacas are grain, grass, and hay fed. While we use no herbicides or
pesticides the hay and grain we feed might have, so I make no claims about
being organic beans, but the chemicals are at least once removed.

I have piles of the stuff. Literally. They're making more every day. Best
part about it is that for you, it's free. All you have to do is come take
it. I suggest a plastic container, either a garbage can or rubbermaid tote
would do fine. I have old feed bags I could put it in, but I'd hate to have
it tip over in your car! Some of it is fairly pure straight manure, some is
older, some is newer, some is mixed with hay & straw. You're welcome to as
much of it as you want, they'll make more.

So give us a call to arrange a time to come visit the alpacas and get some
beans!

Ryan & Joanna Maas
(919) 303-1078

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Old 28-04-2003, 12:32 AM
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Ryan, where are you located? Hopefully, your near Wake Forest.

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"Ryan" wrote in message
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http://www.southernstaralpacas.com/beans.html

They make it, I rake it, you take it.

Our alpacas are grain, grass, and hay fed. While we use no herbicides or
pesticides the hay and grain we feed might have, so I make no claims about
being organic beans, but the chemicals are at least once removed.

I have piles of the stuff. Literally. They're making more every day. Best
part about it is that for you, it's free. All you have to do is come take
it. I suggest a plastic container, either a garbage can or rubbermaid tote
would do fine. I have old feed bags I could put it in, but I'd hate to

have
it tip over in your car! Some of it is fairly pure straight manure, some

is
older, some is newer, some is mixed with hay & straw. You're welcome to as
much of it as you want, they'll make more.

So give us a call to arrange a time to come visit the alpacas and get some
beans!

Ryan & Joanna Maas
(919) 303-1078



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Old 28-04-2003, 06:44 AM
Ryan
 
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Bobby Baxter writes:

Ryan, where are you located? Hopefully, your near Wake Forest.


Unfortunately, not near Wake Forest.. We're in Apex, or just south of
there anyway. We're a couple miles from the Hwy 55/Hwy 64 interchange.


Ryan



"Ryan" wrote in message
...
http://www.southernstaralpacas.com/beans.html

They make it, I rake it, you take it.

Our alpacas are grain, grass, and hay fed. While we use no herbicides
or pesticides the hay and grain we feed might have, so I make no
claims about being organic beans, but the chemicals are at least once
removed.

I have piles of the stuff. Literally. They're making more every day.
Best part about it is that for you, it's free. All you have to do is
come take it. I suggest a plastic container, either a garbage can or
rubbermaid tote would do fine. I have old feed bags I could put it
in, but I'd hate to

have
it tip over in your car! Some of it is fairly pure straight manure,
some

is
older, some is newer, some is mixed with hay & straw. You're welcome
to as much of it as you want, they'll make more.

So give us a call to arrange a time to come visit the alpacas and get
some beans!

Ryan & Joanna Maas
(919) 303-1078







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