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I've got my horses on smartpaks (a company that will package all your different supplements into individual wells for each day). Anyway these little wells are about 1.5"X1.5"X1.5" and are made of clear plastic. I thought they'd be perfect for starting seeds and would be pretty easy to slice/punch a hole in the bottom of. My horse is getting 4 supps daily every day I'm going to end up with tons of them. I thought I'd see if anyone else might be interested in using them? Will mail them to whoever wants them... hate to keep throwing them out. They would need to be rinsed out, but otherwise fine. The picture below give you an idea of what they look like. I've got some that are three wells and from now on they'll be 4 wells long... but plastic is thin and can easily be cut into singles.
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Aww, those do look perfect. Sweet of you to think of us here on the forums! If no one here took you up on it, I still think you should save them. I bet if you posted them in the free section on your local craigslist they'd get snatched up.
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