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You would think that a feed store would inspect the hay before they put it out to sell or certainly before they load it on a customer’s vehicle. I’m going to assume that they treat all their customers the same, so that’s why I am letting every one know the hey that I got from Del’s on Jan 6, 2014 Is not something that I would feed to my animals. If I took it back I’m affraid they would sell it to someone else.

This shouldn’t be fed to any animal. That’s not healthy. So please, if you shop a Del’s in Spanaway, Wa or any other feed store for that matter, inspect you hay and straw. If you use straw for bedding for chickens and rabbits make sure its not rotted, has been wet or have trash in it.

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