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game crusher

Looking for the Guy that sell food polt seed

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game crusher

I had a link from last year. i guess its been to long the link and contact info is no longer exists. If someone could help me i would appreciate it.

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Powerstroke

BigLakeBass is the a local chapter of the MN Deer Hunters Assn. He has typically offered the seed to FM members through the MDHA program.

I'm sure he will see this post.

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lawdog

I sent him an email letting him know you are looking for him...

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Mark Christianson

Still working out final details at this time.

I should have formal info and all by the end of Feb.

I can say that rather than a 50% discount off retail, it will be around 30% this year, due to some other projects we are trying to fund out of the chapter. We felt that 30% off is still a great deal.

One other change is that you have to be an MDHA member to take advantage of the discount program.

More to come soon.

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game crusher

I really appreciate the quick attention. \:\) biglake,powerstroke,lawdog

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Tom7227

Pheasants Forever has several different packages available. Go to their website pheasantsforever.org and find the regional biologist or habitat specialist where you live. Give them a call and they can fill you in and probably make recommendations on what would best suit your needs/desires.

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