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RE: Purina culture chow
Heck no!, Matt.
Tell Purina you'll be happy to be their exclusive distributor for a new use
for one of their products--->Worm Chow!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matt Hirvonen [SMTP:mdhirvon at facstaff_wisc.edu]
> Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2000 7:00 PM
> To: KillieTalk at aka_org
> Subject: purina culture chow
> I am glad my experience with catchow and whiteworms has been confimed by
> independent source - hahaha! You must have had quite a few worms in the
> culture already, but they were dispersed until the food brought them all
> together. And I think you may be right about the oils attracting the
> worms. Cat chow is fairly high in both fat and protein (as cats are
> primarily carnivores)! I guess I would agree that white worms are
> probably not a nutritionally complete fish food, but I feed my breeders
> worms a couple times a week (white or black worms) and it seems like egg
> production tends to increase the day after feeding worms.
> P.S. I would send the Purina company a thank-you letter, but somehow I
> think they might find the idea of Purina "worm chow" offensive ;-)
> Matt Hirvonen, 5801 Taft Street, Middleton WI 53562
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