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Buying Feed Corn

A farm supply or feed store carries this product for feeding animals and poultry. This is a guide about buying feed corn.
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April 13, 20140 found this helpful

The tip "Feed Corn for Keeping Cool" by Ruth C. shared some information on how to soothe feet using feed corn. I live in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and would very much appreciate knowing where I could purchase a bag of feed corn. I would be very grateful for any information you may have.

Most sincerely,

E.H.

By Elaine H. from Edmonton, Alberta

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April 15, 20140 found this helpful

Hello, local feedmill sell feed corn.

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April 15, 20140 found this helpful

Not much corn grown around Edmonton. You'd have better luck looking for wheat or flax, and I am sure they would work as well as corn. Feed corn is just the dried corn kernels off the cob, and as I said, we have very little of it up here in Canada. Do you have any friends or relatives who have a contact on a farm? Trust me, if you wanted a little bag of wheat or flax to keep your feet cool, any farmer would give that to you. Alternatively, you could buy a couple of flax or wheat bags, which I am sure are available at farmers' markets or from home crafters. Usually you heat them up in the microwave so that you have a heating pad, but there is no reason you couldn't put them in your freezer. Less messy, in my opinion.

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April 15, 20140 found this helpful

I would think rice would be a good substitute for the feed corn, and easier to find.

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