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    There is a quarry in Haliburton , I think it’s called Whitestone
    You can buy dolomitic lime from them.
    They will deliver by the dump truckload.
    works good
    We find white clover , brassicas all grow good up there … lime and fertilizer

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    That’s not too far I should be able to get some delivered or bring a trailer over. Thanks for the heads up!

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    I might try that. Where do you get your seed? Not sure if the co-ops up there would have that kind of variety. Also what kind of clover are all you guys planting? White sounds preferable but it seems like a lot of guys are doing a mix with either red or some other forage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natehunter View Post
    I might try that. Where do you get your seed? Not sure if the co-ops up there would have that kind of variety. Also what kind of clover are all you guys planting? White sounds preferable but it seems like a lot of guys are doing a mix with either red or some other forage.
    we buy our purple top turnips and daikon radishes at our local feed store in southern Ontario, I tried white clover from them but it didnít do great.
    whitetail institute Ö whitetail clover works very well , grows good even when conditions are tough. Expensive but itís worth it. It last usually 5 years before itís done

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