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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by chicknmania, Nov 20, 2012.
Someone told me that ACV (organic apple cider vinegar) is toxic to ducks. Is this true?
Not to the best of my knowledge. I've given it to my waterfowl before.
nope, we use it in our waterers and in our fermented feed buckets too
Good, thank you!
Just thought of something. If you put ACV, or anything acidic, in a galvanized metal container, there is an increased risk of some metal dissolving into the water.
And that would be toxic.
yep, no metal used in, around or with vinegar
OK. We wont.
We also use ACV in all the birds waters (waterfowl and chicken). We do use plastic tubs though. Love the stuff!
yes, ours like it too and we like to give it occasionally, it's supposed to be a natural antibiotic amd/ or health tonic.
Do you thing AVC would make plastic dissolve too? I know there has been more info around lately about plastic not being good for people. I just got the metal water and feed containers. I wonder if just putting it in a ceramic or glass container would be better? Thanks for any wisdom on this.