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Molpet

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I hear cambrian layer of pine trees is edible, so I wood assume, since rings are just old cambrian layers, the wood is edible too, if you could manage wood.
Not sure if I want to eat turkeys for Easter made of wood 😱

I may try to fence it off, I wonder how long they need to be off the wood before any potential taste is gone?

Although they add cellulose to food for fiber. Maybe I would have fiber rich turkey :yesss:
 

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Had some snow last night. They ate more, it's now 7 inches in the deepest spot in the center.
 

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Those birds have a taste for pine bark. Would they have problems with pine shavings in their house?
Umm I haven't used that with these guys. I use dried grass and leaves...one year I did run out and bought shavings. Took $25 worth, for just one covering. I have made sure I haven't run out since lol
 

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Finally got a dusting of snow. Like maybe an inch. I WANT MORE SNOW is a phrase I never thought I would say...
After hitting 52°F yesterday, there is almost no snow left. Of course it all evaporated or ran off because the ground is frozen.
 

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