Where can I get soybean meal near Cincinnati?

Hieron(6a)February 13, 2014

I see soybeans growing all over the place, so there has to be somewhere I can buy soybean meal fertilizer locally without paying twice the price in shipping, but I can't find anything searching online. I live in Forest Park but am frequently down around Norwood and up near West Chester. I recently finished reading Steve Solomon's The Intelligent Gardener so I'm all amped up to mix myself some organic fertilizer! Thanks for any info; I really appreciate it. Have a good one.


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Answering from Louisville, KY, but hope this helps. My best resource for both alfalfa pellets and soybean meal has been a local pet supply company ~ Feeder's Supply. They are always stocked with the alfalfa, but are kind enough to order the SBM for me ~ usually about $20 for 50# bag. I would think that any place that carries rabbit food would be able to order the other for you. Now if I could only find a good source for 50# bags of plain old corn meal !

    Bookmark   February 23, 2014 at 6:53PM
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Nevermore44 - 6a

Tractor supply has Alfalfa pellets.... and you can get soybean meal up north of Hamilton at Brubaker Grain & Chemical. Call ahead to check the price since it changes. They are a good company that I have been going to for a hand full of years for grain/fertilizer for the lawn and garden. It would be a hike up there, but you can get enough for the year in one swing

    Bookmark   March 13, 2014 at 5:40PM
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Try an ag co-op or feedmill. You'll get the best prices in one of these places.

    Bookmark   March 29, 2014 at 1:03PM
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