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Shetland ponies stroll the grounds, wild ducks bob on the ponds and in the quiet mornings, elk come to graze the alfalfa.
The Everything Avocado toast is on gluten-free bread with tomatoes, red pepper flakes and alfalfa sprouts.
These can show up in everything from hot dogs, milk, egg yolks, alfalfa sprouts, meat, poultry, and beyond.
In the middle of the afternoon, the elk seemed plenty hungry, and alfalfa hay is premium feed to them.
Fields that were once green with alfalfa for grazing are now withered.
Much of the Central Valley economy has come to depend on almond farming, as lower-value crops such as cotton and alfalfa have surrendered land to new orchards.
Flake would grab a long knife given to him for the purpose, jog over to the animal, and forcibly pierce the bloated area — whereupon a geyser of gaseous and smelly masticated alfalfa would spew high into the air.
Add egg salad, sunflower seeds and alfalfa sprouts.
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