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16th December 2009, 01:04 PM
My OH has just been and bought me some feed.
Last time I went to the pet store and got a bag of Molli and a quiet mix (own brand) it was £15.
He has just got me Molli, quiet mix and oats all for £16 from the farm store!
Will be going there from now on!
16th December 2009, 01:07 PM
It really does pay to "shop around" and find the best prices.
I have been spending a fortune on vetwrap with Abbey's poultice, £2.90 per roll from my regular store. Went in a new store yesterday which I don't normally go in and vetwrap was £1.50 per roll!!
Anything horsey do shop around but if possible, use a human version as anything branded Equine costs more anyway :)
On the food topic though, my regular store charges £12.50 for a bag of hi fi original, this new store yesterday, only charges £11 :)
My Crazy Clan
16th December 2009, 04:42 PM
I go to my closes one because its cheaper in petrol, although its ****** expensive and not a real good horsey shop.
Kiwkbeet is £10.50
Speedy Beet £10.50
Sugar beet £12.00
There own chaff £6.50
Hifi lite - £12.00
D&H Fiberengy £10.29
Pony nuts and Mix £7.50
Rabbit food £15.00
Cut up cardboard £12.00
16th December 2009, 06:30 PM
Who Rhea i pay 9.60 for hifi lite!!!!
Poppy and Harmony
16th December 2009, 07:03 PM
My local tack shop is proper expensive too :lol: Feeds not too bad, but the other stuff is way over!
Speedi-beet is around £7, Dengie Alfa-A oil is £12 and Calm and Condition is £10.50
16th December 2009, 07:13 PM
There are 2 'country' stores pretty much right next to eachother, one each side of a main road... the busiest one is more expensive, yet the store that is cheaper is always a lot quieter... never understood that one.
Bag of hi-fi here is about £10, coarse mix £5.50-£6 depending on where it's from... our feed is delivered now on palettes as we go through so much of iti in such a short space of time!
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