free ranging flock and mushrooms

cmaranhao

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winter is here so I have plenty of mushrooms growing up everywhere due to lots of humidity. Since I do not know how to recognize a safe mushrooms to eat I though I should take some pictures to show them here.

Can my flock go safe and eat these if they feel like it?

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Most mushrooms aren't safe to eat, and free ranging birds with lots of choices do avoid them. I certainly wouldn't pile them up in their coop!
Here we have mushrooms all over the place, a few edible, and mostly not, and it's been fine.
Mary
 

cmaranhao

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ok, if it works for you I will also try and see how this goes. I am more relaxed now as I do not want my little girls sick due to the mushrooms.

thanks for your tips.
 

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