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Feb 21 2012, 2:18 PM ESTDrilled about 10 nickle sized holes in a gallon bleach bottle, but not the bottom 3". They were just random. I added pellets almost to the bottom holes, capped tightly and threw it into the paddock in the snow. Curiosity got the better of the horses and they checked it out. They could smell the pellets then began to bunt the bottle around. Each movement resulted in a tasty morsel. An hour later they were still at it until one tired of it. The other, at one point got so frustrated that he decided to murder the bottle, throwing it around and kicking and pawing at it. Altho the plastic dented, I was surprised at how well it held up. So now you know what to do with those bottles (well rinsed, of course) before they go to the landfull. 3 out of 3 found this valuable. Do you?
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