On Sep 21, 10:36 pm, "David" wrote:
> I just want to know if it is ok to give my little Buster a seed bar to snack
> on or not. I would like some intel on it before I give him any. Dave
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Guineas love their low acidic fruits and veggies (not potatoes) in my
experience. I never bothered with commercially produced treats,
they're expensive and probably have additives: cocydiostats and
colourings and or maybe sweetners etc.
My pigs' main favourites were as follows: Cabbage leaves cauliflower
broccoli tomatoes corriander parsley carrots swede parsnip melon
sweetcorn apple pear mandarin ( only 1 segment as it's acidic) peach
dandelion. Be sure to wash everything carefully to avoid pesticides
and remember to feed a hard colour free pellet mix especially for pigs
( more Vitamin C) and very importantly fresh HAY daily. My pigs were
spoilt with Timothy hay.
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