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    Mazuri 6F and other rodent feed in the Metro DC / Baltimore area

    Does anyone know any good places around the DC / Baltimore metro areas that sells reasonable priced Mazuri 6F or other good lab block?

    Everywhere I've seen so far wants $30+ for a 50lb bag. I'm trying to find some lab block for $.50 a pound or less.
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    Re: Mazuri 6F and other rodent feed in the Metro DC / Baltimore area

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Chandler View Post
    Does anyone know any good places around the DC / Baltimore metro areas that sells reasonable priced Mazuri 6F or other good lab block?

    Everywhere I've seen so far wants $30+ for a 50lb bag. I'm trying to find some lab block for $.50 a pound or less.
    Here is how I found a retailer in my area. http://www.purinamills.com/DealerLoc...x?SearchType=A

    just put in your zip code and it will pull up all the Mazuri dealers and just call them all to get a good price. a good feed store will bring it in for you if they don't stock it. I pay $22 for the 11F. look into the 11F by the way. It is specifically for breeding colonies intended to be fed to reptiles. you can read about it here... http://www.mazuri.com/mazurirodentbr...50lb-5m99.aspx
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    The 11F and 9F are for breeding mice. The 6F works best for mice and rats.

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