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I haven't fed anything with fur or feathers still on. I wasn't able to move on those chickens as I don't have the facilities in place to butcher 35 chickens before a squeamish neighbor called the authorities. Note to self make garage butcher friendly. Just remember if it's questionable deep freeze it for 6 weeks or more. My mom fed roadkill, I'm hesitant to do it.2Bully do you feed skin and fur when you get stuff off craigslist or skin it yourself? I've thought of getting possums and rabbits but not sure if you can feed with fur on or not. Don't think I could stomach skinning it myself lol.
I think if you dip them in boiling water it helps make removing feathers/fur easier. I seen something where in China they dip rats in boiling water and then skin them.2Bully do you feed skin and fur when you get stuff off craigslist or skin it yourself? I've thought of getting possums and rabbits but not sure if you can feed with fur on or not. Don't think I could stomach skinning it myself lol.
Never fed either one. I will feed goats once we get get the house and everything built. But over here in the States it's illegal to slaughter horses and use them for human/animal consumption.Anyone ever fed goat or horse? I am buying some from my raw supplier to feed the dogs, I need to add a little more variety and these are well priced.
gotta agree with you somewhat but dont forget pigs are very intelligent too. They pick up tricks faster than dogs and they rank #4 in animal intelligence behind chimpanzees, dolphins and elephants. Oh and octopus, extremely intelligent: both killed for food. ;-)I would never feed horse..they are intelligent creatures and I think it would be a bit like feeding dog. goats are fair game imo.