So after seeing a reader submitted blurb in a chicken magazine about making a reuseable bag out of her Layena bag with a tiny photo I was intrigued. I had to try. I layed out the first empty bag I had and got out my sissors. It was much easier than expected, the bag was pratically lined up for the best cuts. I just used some left over fabric and my bag was born. Now I'm addicted, all my bags get cut and turned into recycled bags with very little waste (I'd estimate about 2 inches left over from each bag). Yesterday I had time and was able to make about 3 new ones. I had so much fun! My first bag . . . A bag of sunflower seeds became a school bag for my teacher mom . . . A birthday bag set for my boss . . . A scratch grains bag became a bag for my sister . . . Breast Cancer Awareness Layena bag for a coworker . . . A flock raiser bag for my husband, he loves the green, and picked out the coffee bean lining And finally a new one for me (not chicken feed, but this cut great to make the best panels) complete with change purse . . . Anyway, most people that I see don't know much about chickens and think my bags are . . . odd, but I figured someone here might appreciate them!