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I once had some hay that tested very high iron and found out that it was a low lying field that sometimes would get flooded by the creek that ran near it. That would be one thing to keep an eye out for.
Also, on any day that you can't rinse it, vigorous shaking can reduce the iron a bit.
On May 31, 2018, at 3:32 PM, Deborah Ide via Groups.Io <deborah_ide@...> wrote: