Feeding "Wild Foods" once they are ready

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Feeding "Wild Foods" once they are ready

Postby amylou » Tue Sep 22, 2009 10:15 am

I'm haing a little trouble trying to figure out the wild foods thing. I will be getting a baby boy from Judy C.!!!! :multi: I habe lots of wooded areas around me but lots of the flowers listed like the roses and hibiscus I don't habe (sorry one of my keys isn't working). I'm gonna call around to some of the nurseries today and ask if they spray they're plants for pesticides and go buy a couple of the plants and plant them now is they don't. Anything else I could ask about? Also, when I go clip some branches to put in the cage I noticed you should put them in the freezer to kill off any buggies, how long should you leae them in there for that reason? Thanks you guys!

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Re: Feeding "Wild Foods" once they are ready

Postby flyer_1 » Tue Sep 22, 2009 1:41 pm

Amy, they really like roses If you can get a baby rose bush they will eat the roses and the rose buds, they love acorns walnuts I don't know everything you might have over there If you have a garden they like sugar snap peas and such things as that really they will know what not to eat as long as you make sure there is no cems [-X
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Re: Feeding "Wild Foods" once they are ready

Postby Joan » Tue Sep 22, 2009 6:37 pm

I drag in all kinds of stuff from the woods ... mushrooms, licken, flowers. I don't freeze them. Flyers either eat or ignore.
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