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Don't make my mistake and overlook local feed stores. I paid 10 dollars each for 2-1/2 pounds of certified Yellow Finn and German Butterball potatoes. Only paid 5.75 for 5 pounds of certified Yukon Golds and only 3 miles up the road from my yard...live and learn!
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@llama momma wrote:Don't make my mistake and overlook local feed stores. I paid 10 dollars each for 2-1/2 pounds of certified Yellow Finn and German Butterball potatoes. Only paid 5.75 for 5 pounds of certified Yukon Golds and only 3 miles up the road from my yard...live and learn!
Yep, you live and you learn. I think we all have overpaid for something at least once in our lives.
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