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post #21 of 23 Old 02-12-2020, 07:03 PM
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and you said this custom mix is for mice food ??
they must be serpent food for a large pet shop ?
(or a fairly large home project).

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Originally Posted by mmwood_1 View Post
I mix dry grain and seed in batches of nearly that size. I put them in a wheelbarrow and use a shovel to turn the stuff repeatedly until it's fairly well mixed. I too, doubt the ability of most hand held drills to do the job. But good luck with it.

A garden hoe might also be useful with that wheel barrow. I have mixed many yards of concrete in a wheel barrow with a hoe.

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Not sure, but this might help you figure out the volume you'll be dealing with:

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