Tenax poultry manure pellets sell out at farmers market in Georgia

More News Videos A local poultry supplier is selling out its 10,000-pound flock of corn and soybeans.

In a Facebook post, Tenax said it sold 5,000 pounds of the pellets on Wednesday.

It said it was a one-time order.

The company said its customers are mostly farmers who can’t afford to buy the pellets.

Tenax says the 10,003 pounds of corn is for a farmer who is trying to buy a new tractor and is in need of corn or soybeans that are less than 3-1/2 inches tall.

The company said that farmer will receive the corn and the soybeans when they are ready to ship.

Tenekt said it has been making corn and other soybeans for 10 years.

The price per pound was $1.29 per pound.

Tenekt also said the corn is ready to go and the farmers will be paid the difference between the two prices.

The corn and their soybeans are sold by the bag and can be shipped in two weeks.

Tenet said the price per kilogram of corn was $0.17 per kilo.

Teneks corn and its soybeans can be sent by FedEx, UPS, or a UPS truck.

Teneka’s post said customers can order corn from a FedEx or UPS location.

The corn is then shipped to the farmer’s home, where the corn has been stored for at least three months.