Cucumber Leaves to goat?
#1
Will it be harmfull to them? I'm not concern whether they'll eat it or not. I know that animals, goat inclusive, will hardly eat something they are not used to - except it is extremely palatable. But if you starve them and mix the foreign feed into a very palatable feed they'll eat it and soon get use to the foreign feed. The same thing can happen with cucumber leaves. So my major concern is whether cucumber leaves will pose any danger to goats. Any help?
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#2
I've came across a blogger that says he cooks and eats cucumber leaves. Even tomato leaves too.
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#3
Interesting. Can u share the link?
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#4
Yeah, I found the link: https://www.gardenbetty.com/tomato-leave...oxic-myth/
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#5
That guy is wierd for eating tomato and cucumber leaves. But i'm happy to know they aren't that poisonous.
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