I hope this doesnt sound stupid but we have sooo many eggs from our free range chickens!! would it be okay to feed them to my guernsey? It would increase her protein and omega 3 intake- I could even grind up the shells for increased calcium....hmmm... what do you guys think? ( my neighbor feeds raw eggs to his horses for shiny coats)
Cows are herbivores, not omnivores....and their digestion is totally different than a horse. (1 stomach for the horse...4 for the cow....) Don't know how it'd taste coming back up in her cud. (Or if it'd upset the rumen flora, etc.) Janene
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I remember reading something, and I'm sure it was here, about someone's chickens laying eggs in the cow's hay feeder (I think?) and that she had to be quick about collecting them or the cow would eat them. I would assume the cow was eating them whole.
This is a very fuzzy memory from quite a while back, so don't hold me to it, but that's what I think I remember reading.
Heh, thanks for the tip Lannie. My chickens lay eggs in the hay rack too. In fact, they think I put it right there just for them. I try to pull them out before Bee pulls them down and they explode on the ground, but I'm going to make sure I look for them better. I don't want her eating whole eggs :/
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