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Goat feed?

Discussion in 'Feeding Time - Cattle (Feed & Forages)' started by newbiekat, Jun 14, 2017.

  1. Jun 16, 2017
    Alaskan

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    I don't know about mineral blocks hurting their teeth.

    I always thought it was just that their tongues are so little that they can't lick off as many minerals as they need.

    I had a leftover Block from when I had horses, and it is in the goat pen....I haven't noticed any teeth marks. But mine also have loose minerals, so they aren't tempted to worry at that block. I have seen them lick it on occasion.
     
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