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#3198072 - 03/20/13 07:50 AM trophy rock in a bag
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Just in case some of y'all didn't know I thought I would post, this is Redmond's mineral salt, it is the exact same thing as trophy rock except it is ground up pretty fine . Mined by the same company in the same place. And the best part about it is the $10/50# price.

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#3198098 - 03/20/13 08:29 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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Trophy rocks work great,where did you get the 50# bags at?
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#3198114 - 03/20/13 08:45 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: TENN.BOY]
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Co-op
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#3198134 - 03/20/13 09:10 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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If some people would just read the ingredients on these things, and food plot seed bags as well, they would save lots of money. I never buy the bagged up food plot seed, I just go and buy the individual seeds itself from the co-op and stuff, it is the same thing and it is cheaper. Some of these blends are blends, but it is like 98% wheat and oats, and just a little bit of everything else.
Minerals are blocks and such are no different. Same way with chemicals. Always buy generic round-up

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#3198139 - 03/20/13 09:14 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: woodsman87]
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Too bad i dont shop at coop.
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#3198148 - 03/20/13 09:23 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: muddyboots]
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Hmmmmm definitely cheaper then a trophy rock.. I usually buy all coop brand stuff as you do.
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#3198243 - 03/20/13 11:16 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: woodsman87]
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 Originally Posted By: woodsman87
If some people would just read the ingredients on these things, and food plot seed bags as well, they would save lots of money. I never buy the bagged up food plot seed, I just go and buy the individual seeds itself from the co-op and stuff, it is the same thing and it is cheaper. Some of these blends are blends, but it is like 98% wheat and oats, and just a little bit of everything else.
Minerals are blocks and such are no different. Same way with chemicals. Always buy generic round-up


I do the exact same
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#3198357 - 03/20/13 01:12 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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Yep, Redmond Inc. is the parent company of TR as well as Redmond Natural. I have seen these bags for sale at my local Tractor Supply in the past, but have also shopped at several Co-ops in my area that did not stock it.
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#3199362 - 03/21/13 11:43 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Andy S.]
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Something dont sound right.It cost less if they grind it and bag it?
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#3199391 - 03/21/13 12:13 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Football Hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: Football Hunter
Something dont sound right.It cost less if they grind it and bag it?


I don't know, I could see how it might be cheaper not having to worry about cutting chunks of salt that are all remotely of the same weight. I assume Trophy Rocks are remotely the same weight even though the size/shape varies.
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#3199503 - 03/21/13 01:31 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Football Hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: Football Hunter
Something dont sound right.It cost less if they grind it and bag it?


This is what ALOT of people do not realize, the price difference is and only is based on the animal that is pictured on the front of the package.

Same with food plot mix, biologic is $20+ for 10 pounds but you can make a 50 # bag of the same exact thing for $20. All because the biologic has a big deer pictured on it...
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#3199508 - 03/21/13 01:33 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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 Originally Posted By: Rockhound
 Originally Posted By: Football Hunter
Something dont sound right.It cost less if they grind it and bag it?


This is what ALOT of people do not realize, the price difference is and only is based on the animal that is pictured on the front of the package.

Same with food plot mix, biologic is $20+ for 10 pounds but you can make a 50 # bag of the same exact thing for $20. All because the biologic has a big deer pictured on it...

exactly

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#3199510 - 03/21/13 01:34 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: BlountArrow]
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 Originally Posted By: BlountArrow
 Originally Posted By: Football Hunter
Something dont sound right.It cost less if they grind it and bag it?


I don't know, I could see how it might be cheaper not having to worry about cutting chunks of salt that are all remotely of the same weight. I assume Trophy Rocks are remotely the same weight even though the size/shape varies.


I'm assuming they blow the salt with an explosion of some sort with all that can be packaged as TR going for that and everything else going to the cattle industry
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#3199528 - 03/21/13 01:47 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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Yep, people pay for the name "Trophy Rock" because it has a big buck on it and because Lee and Tiffany use them or Micheal Waddell says it makes em grow "mossy daddy swampy horns"

People pay for the name biologic because it has a big buck on it and on tv they see everybody using them shooting big bucks.

Just like Rockhound said, you can go to co-op and buy all the individual seeds you want, which is the same thing as biologic.

People need to read the labels on the package to see the contents on the inside of it instead of looking at pictures and doing what Micheal Waddell says.

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#3199891 - 03/21/13 07:44 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: woodsman87]
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Where in Middle Tennessee can I buy the Redmond's????
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#3200135 - 03/21/13 10:41 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: diamond hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: diamond hunter
Where in Middle Tennessee can I buy the Redmond's????


I get it at coop as stated
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#3200539 - 03/22/13 11:07 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: diamond hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: diamond hunter
Where in Middle Tennessee can I buy the Redmond's????
There is a guy in Sparta Tn.that carries it. Alvin Schwartz 931-738-7680

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#3202849 - 03/24/13 08:39 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: TENN.BOY]
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I can read yes but the coops Ive checked dont carry it.
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#3202878 - 03/24/13 09:02 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: diamond hunter]
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Rockhound , you have part of it correct, woodsman87 not so .
I don't know a lot about seed , but I do plant a lot. Take for instance eagle beans vs your run of the mill cheap ones at the coop. Eagle grows head high, ever see a regular ol bean do that . It produces much more tonnage per acre with much more nutrition.
Now I do know a lot about salt and minerals. You are correct about the Redmond number 10 fine. it does come from the same mine, so does road salt and table salt (realsalt). The number 10 is used primarily for agricultural purposes, mixed with feed or fed in an enclosed environment ie barrel or feeder.
If you put it on the ground it leeches into the dirt with each rain , getting further from the surface with each rain. Thats why you see deer digging the holes ! trying to get what little salt/minerals there is left ( and eating more dirt each time ). They are getting less benefit of the minerals each time also. The Trophyrock chunks last much longer and the deer licking on them get much more benefit of the 65 plus minerals with each visit.
picture yourself with a spoon of sugar, tastes good by itself, tastes good on your cereal, plus you are getting the benefit, ( if there is a benefit to sugar ), now dump it on the ground, pour some water on it, ie rain , then get you a spoonful, not only does it taste bad but you are getting less sugar !Next rain you get even less benefit, But you are digging a big hole that really looks good !
Now TR has a new ground product that sells somewhere between the number 10 and a TR (per pound ) It consists of small particles up to about marble size. It will dissolve faster than the TR but will last longer than the fine number 10 .It was brought out due to hunters request for it so they can mix their own mineral site. its good, cheaper but not the same as a TR chunk.
BTW , Lee , Tiff nor Michael are in any way paid or affiliated with TR. I know that for a fact, If they tell you its good its because they have tried it themselves . Didn't want this to sound like a commercial just to clarify.

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#3202879 - 03/24/13 09:02 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: diamond hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: diamond hunter
I can read yes but the coops Ive checked dont carry it.


I wasn't being smart just thought you missed it, they had to order it for me but now they can't keep it stocked
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#3202887 - 03/24/13 09:19 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: SALTMAN]
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 Originally Posted By: SALTMAN
Rockhound , you have part of it correct, woodsman87 not so .
I don't know a lot about seed , but I do plant a lot. Take for instance eagle beans vs your run of the mill cheap ones at the coop. Eagle grows head high, ever see a regular ol bean do that . It produces much more tonnage per acre with much more nutrition.
Now I do know a lot about salt and minerals. You are correct about the Redmond number 10 fine. it does come from the same mine, so does road salt and table salt (realsalt). The number 10 is used primarily for agricultural purposes, mixed with feed or fed in an enclosed environment ie barrel or feeder.
If you put it on the ground it leeches into the dirt with each rain , getting further from the surface with each rain. Thats why you see deer digging the holes ! trying to get what little salt/minerals there is left ( and eating more dirt each time ). They are getting less benefit of the minerals each time also. The Trophyrock chunks last much longer and the deer licking on them get much more benefit of the 65 plus minerals with each visit.
picture yourself with a spoon of sugar, tastes good by itself, tastes good on your cereal, plus you are getting the benefit, ( if there is a benefit to sugar ), now dump it on the ground, pour some water on it, ie rain , then get you a spoonful, not only does it taste bad but you are getting less sugar !Next rain you get even less benefit, But you are digging a big hole that really looks good !
Now TR has a new ground product that sells somewhere between the number 10 and a TR (per pound ) It consists of small particles up to about marble size. It will dissolve faster than the TR but will last longer than the fine number 10 .It was brought out due to hunters request for it so they can mix their own mineral site. its good, cheaper but not the same as a TR chunk.
BTW , Lee , Tiff nor Michael are in any way paid or affiliated with TR. I know that for a fact, If they tell you its good its because they have tried it themselves . Didn't want this to sound like a commercial just to clarify.


I can't tell you about beans as I never plant them, with the literally thousands of acres of soybeans that are planted within a few miles of my hunting property in the summer one plot would not get messed with enough to justify. the seed mixes that are planted for winter plots contcontains about 90% wheat and oats which aren't going to be much difference, and the seed from most of those bags I get terrible germination. I know trophy rock will last longer as a Chuck, but of the 12 bags of Redmond's #10 I have poured out, it will take a good loonngg while before it dissolves into the ground. Part of my reason for starting the lick to begin with is to keep the deer coming back to a spot time and time again.

When I pour the bag stuff out, and it gets rained on it turns hard and doesn't dissolve fast. You could always pour it in a bucket wet the minerals until saturated and press them with weight overnight and get basically the same results as a rock.

There are ways to mirror it, and the 15.99/15# vs the $10/50#. There is no way I can justify the rock being any better.
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#3202896 - 03/24/13 09:31 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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Rock you can do what you want and think the same, but you just said you poured out $120 in one spot ? Sounds like my wifes shopping logic ! lol good luck with it .
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#3202897 - 03/24/13 09:36 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: SALTMAN]
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id pick the bag of salt everytime
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#3202919 - 03/24/13 09:56 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: SALTMAN]
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 Originally Posted By: SALTMAN
Rock you can do what you want and think the same, but you just said you poured out $120 in one spot ? Sounds like my wifes shopping logic ! lol good luck with it .


Where did I say I poured it all in one spot? I have 6 mineral sites running and I have only poured two bags this year.
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#3202926 - 03/24/13 10:05 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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I won't get into the slur throwing about how people think, if you wanna pay $1 per # of minerals go for it man. It doesn't take big machinery to make your own block out of the bag stuff if you would rather have the block and Redmond's sales a 50# compressed block of the same stuff. I dunno the price, but I'm sure its less than $16.
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#3202949 - 03/24/13 10:37 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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Heck I bought a 67 cent box of table salt and some molasses from Walmart and poured it on a log in my backyard and deer are hitting it almost every night. The most recent pic are 3 deer in the same spot eating salt off the log and the ground. Even though its already dissolved and soaked into the ground. A TR would be the longest lasting, the 10 lb Redmond would be the best for your money, and the cheap table salt would be the dirt cheapest just to get a few pics behind your house \:D
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#3202996 - 03/25/13 04:09 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: catman529]
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I cab get 50# bags of table salt for $8 and it works! Lol
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#3203042 - 03/25/13 07:26 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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 Originally Posted By: Rockhound
I cab get 50# bags of table salt for $8 and it works! Lol
If you are looking for the most economical salt lick to run a camera over etc, I have heard of nothing cheaper than salt pellets (>99% salt) for a salt water swimming pool. They were $4.99 for 40lb bag at our local Lowes last year and I have seen them at our local Sam's club for $4.99 for the 50lb bag. I have never used them but I know several local guys who have and they claim the deer hit them good.

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#3203093 - 03/25/13 08:14 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Andy S.]
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I have used those as well Andy and the deer hit them great
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#3203439 - 03/25/13 02:40 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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My deer activity at my sal licks are cut in half once rocks melt into ground. I have way better results in rock form! Deer get more for it. With that said, i always put a loose bag in the ground too, once a year. This would be great for that!
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#3203555 - 03/25/13 04:47 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Living2Hunt]
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I bought 80lbs of salt todayfor $9 at Home depot,thanks for the tip.Im keeping a trophy rock at that site also for a visual and the bag is for those who want to drink the water in the hole and eat the dirt.I only have one site over 240 acres but may expand to two with the new sources of salt.I think im going to put out cattle minerals in the same places to make mine a super lick.
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#3203801 - 03/25/13 08:01 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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 Originally Posted By: Rockhound
I won't get into the slur throwing about how people think, if you wanna pay $1 per # of minerals go for it man. It doesn't take big machinery to make your own block out of the bag stuff if you would rather have the block and Redmond's sales a 50# compressed block of the same stuff. I dunno the price, but I'm sure its less than $16.


does Co-Op sell the compressed block as well?
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#3203809 - 03/25/13 08:06 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rockhound]
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 Originally Posted By: Rockhound


When I pour the bag stuff out, and it gets rained on it turns hard and doesn't dissolve fast. You could always pour it in a bucket wet the minerals until saturated and press them with weight overnight and get basically the same results as a rock.


that has been my experience. i bought salt, trace,and Di-cal and mixed it. it cost me a lot more than this stuff, but I will say when the rain hits it it gets hard. I put it out a month or two ago and there are still big chunks there.
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#3203835 - 03/25/13 08:51 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Bone Collector]
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 Originally Posted By: Rockhound
I won't get into the slur throwing about how people think, if you wanna pay $1 per # of minerals go for it man. It doesn't take big machinery to make your own block out of the bag stuff if you would rather have the block and Redmond's sales a 50# compressed block of the same stuff. I dunno the price, but I'm sure its less than $16.


does Co-Op sell the compressed block as well?


Im sure they do but I haven't ordered any to see
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#3203837 - 03/25/13 08:52 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Bone Collector]
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 Originally Posted By: Bone Collector
 Originally Posted By: Rockhound


When I pour the bag stuff out, and it gets rained on it turns hard and doesn't dissolve fast. You could always pour it in a bucket wet the minerals until saturated and press them with weight overnight and get basically the same results as a rock.


that has been my experience. i bought salt, trace,and Di-cal and mixed it. it cost me a lot more than this stuff, but I will say when the rain hits it it gets hard. I put it out a month or two ago and there are still big chunks there.


If you pour it in a mound it will harden and last a long time.
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#3204010 - 03/26/13 05:33 AM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: diamond hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: diamond hunter
...I think im going to put out cattle minerals in the same places to make mine a super lick.


Just read the label and make sure there is no Copper in it. I hear that is not good for the deer and various other animals.
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#3206529 - 03/28/13 12:20 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: BlountArrow]
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co-op clarksville sold out of the bags & Dickson co-op does not sell the bags
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#3206585 - 03/28/13 01:15 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: HuntingDicksonDTC]
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 Originally Posted By: HuntingDicksonDTC
co-op clarksville sold out of the bags & Dickson co-op does not sell the bags


Check Franklin
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#3220549 - 04/12/13 04:03 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Bone Collector]
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I bought some of the Redmund trace minerals today and cut a 5 gal bucket in half to hold it. Worked pretty good. 1 half will hold half of a 50 lb bag of minerals. Thanks to Rockhound for saving me some $$.
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#3220750 - 04/12/13 09:00 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Rubberduck270]
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Great thread with lots of good info that I didn't know.
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#3221169 - 04/13/13 05:16 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: Vermin93]
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Anyone know who sells it near Grundy, coffee, or franklin counties???
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#3222599 - 04/15/13 02:47 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: timberjack86]
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Any of those Coops can get it for you, they pull trailers from LaVergne at least weekly...tell them to get some!
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#3223699 - 04/16/13 05:37 PM Re: trophy rock in a bag [Re: a retrohillbilly]
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 Originally Posted By: a retrohillbilly
Any of those Coops can get it for you, they pull trailers from LaVergne at least weekly...tell them to get some!
Will do! Thanks!
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