Re: edible browse

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Posted by Pat Christianson on June 30, 2000 at 12:53:02:

In Reply to: Re: edible browse posted by Vicki McGaugh on June 30, 2000 at 09:34:28:

Thanks for the reply. I only recently acquired 2 goats (1 Pygmy and 1 Nigerian Dwarf) and what I have been doing is cutting branches off my mulberry and hibiscus, making a bundle and hanging it in their pen. It has been a real hit! So I can prune other trees/shrubs on my property to do the same, I just have no idea what is really preferred. I have a redbud tree which I tried yesterday, they loved it. I have searched toxic plant lists but most of what I have is not listed. That could mean it's not toxic or just not listed. How discerning are these guys? Will they refuse a bad food item? TIA Pat Christianson

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