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can chickens eat marrow bones and fat?

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i am making a big pot of vegetable beef soup.. i have beef bones with marrow and lots of fat.. i also have carrot peels that i diced up along with celery.. and when the soup is done can they have it? it will have.. potatoes, corn, carrots, celery, onion, lima bean, string beans, tomatoes,  peas, and any other veggies that i have.. i have removed the bone and the fats. but the shredded beef pieces are in it.. ok or not?

old as dirt, without the chicken poo.. have 2 kids, 3 grandbabies, cat, dog, parrot and 28 chickens and roos. married 38 yrs
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old as dirt, without the chicken poo.. have 2 kids, 3 grandbabies, cat, dog, parrot and 28 chickens and roos. married 38 yrs
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As long as the beans are fully cooked, I don't see why not.  Raw or undercooked beans contain something harmful to chickens but fully cooked beans are OK.  Everything else looks good.

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Freedom is not the right to do what we want, but what we ought....Abraham Lincoln (Freedom carries responsibility)

The spirit of liberty is the spirit which is not too sure that it is right.....Judge Learned Hand  (The more sure your are that your way is the only right way, the more likely you are wrong.)

 

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I process about 25-30 of my own deer every year. They old guy that got me started on chickens would get all the bones from me. He crushed them and fed them to his chickens. It has something they really like.

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I just had my own post about this. Its hunting season here and we try and use all of the animal we can. So the chickens get all the fat made into suet blocks. You know when you have Alaskan chickens when they take to Bou Blocks right away!

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1 Southern Hubby, 1 Awesome Crib Midget 23 Alpacas, 4 Horses & a 17.1hh Mule, 1 Mini Donkey, 6 Great Pyrs, 1 Golden Ret, 1 Bloodhound, 1 Mutt, 7 ND Goats, 2 Egyptian Uromastyx, 1 Buff Orpington, 4 Black Australorps, 4 Silver Laced Wyandottes, 4 Ameraucanas,  6 Brahmas ,  2 Spanish Hens, 24 BBS Orps, 5 Seramas and 1 Polish

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