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Feeding soybeans #2875826
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I have seen where several of y’all are feeding roasted soybeans. Just wondering if deer like the roasted beans better than just plain combine run beans or if there is another reason to feed the roasted beans.

Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875843
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Roasted has higher protein and can be fed from timed feeder . If not roasted they mildew

Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: dagwood] #2875856
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Originally Posted by dagwood
Roasted has higher protein and can be fed from timed feeder . If not roasted they mildew

Deer don't like rotten feed.


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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875857
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More palatable.

Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875890
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Get more digestible protein also in roasted vs plain


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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875907
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So where do you buy roasted soybeans? There was a thread a month ago but I never saw where anyone around Montgomery sold it.


Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Squadron77] #2875915
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Originally Posted by Squadron77
So where do you buy roasted soybeans? There was a thread a month ago but I never saw where anyone around Montgomery sold it.


Check with Flemings in Ramer and farmers feed in Montgomery

Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875916
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When George Kelly in Faunsdale first started roasting them about seven years ago, he threw a few bags in my 4-runner to try out. I almost had to pull over to eat some they smelled so good.

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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875918
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The place is in Frisco city. The ones near Montgomery are just raw beans.

Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875930
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We get ours from Frisco City as well. Another benefit is that they won't sprout on you.


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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875962
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Do coons eat roasted soybeans?

Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875965
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Yeah they do here. I think when I mix it with corn they eat more corn than soybeans.


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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2875979
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Steel deer feeders will solve all your coon problems if they are not placed around low tree limbs, I got several of them. steeloutdoors.com

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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2876098
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Unfortunately, pigs love them too.

Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Triple J] #2877347
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Originally Posted by Triple J
The place is in Frisco city. The ones near Montgomery are just raw beans.


They are roasted soybeans, you can get just roasted soybeans, roasted soybeans and corn and one that has cracked corn, grain, roasted soybeans, molasses mixed with minerals and salt and it smells good enough to eat out of the bag. These all come from Southern Seed and Feed in Mississippi. A lot of feed stores carry their products

Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2877424
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Frisco City located right on Hwy 21 is where I get mine


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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2877474
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What is the name of the place in Frisco City?


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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: Auburn_03] #2877829
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It is owned by the Casey's I believe it is Trophy Brand soybeans. I forget the name of the feed and seed place. The number is (251) 267-3432 I have been by there and nobody be there before, so I would call.


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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: mossyhorns25] #2877840
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Originally Posted by mossyhorns25
What is the name of the place in Frisco City?
Payton Casey runs the operation. I forget what the name of the operation is. Give Payton a call at 251-267-3432 of You need some roasted beans.


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Re: Feeding soybeans [Re: blahblahblah] #2877844
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Originally Posted by blahblahblah
It is owned by the Casey's I believe it is Trophy Brand soybeans. I forget the name of the feed and seed place. The number is (251) 267-3432 I have been by there and nobody be there before, so I would call.
Sorry, I was typing and submitted and then saw you had just posted.


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