Re: edible browse

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Posted by Vicki McGaugh on July 01, 2000 at 09:35:50:

In Reply to: Re: edible browse posted by Pat Christianson on June 30, 2000 at 12:53:02:

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
Pat, also remember that trimmings from fruit trees though will not hurt your goats when fresh do contain toxins when wilted. I would ask around some horse folks in your area. If the goats have grain and hay, they will usually not eat things poisonious, though my does are in the woods. I just wouldn't take any chances. Ask around locally. You also might want to think about growing a chickory, carrot, kale, cutting garden for you and the goats. Vicki McGaugh

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