Ridin' The Range
- Jul 26, 2020
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Interesting! Here is the link to the list I was going by. To clarify, the pine was actually meant as something that could injure them, not actually poison, but it doesn't list lilacs at all. I wonder if maybe I should be going by a different list.
Department of Animal Science at Cornell University; This site contains information about plants which are poisonous to or adversely affect animal health.
Goats can eat pine bows. Mine love them. I actually cut branches off now because they have eaten the pines as high as they can reach. What I have seen is goats sample things and if they don't like it they don't eat it. Lilacs are listed as not good for goats but mine eat them without any ill effects.