Yes, I looked it up, because "Google is always right" it said they can safely eat them. Could they have tried to kill the scorpion, and got stung, and then they killed it and ate it?I just wish I knew what it was to prevent any future issues. So is it only if a scorpion stings them they can be toxic? If they were poisonous and ate them is that okay?
I watched her eat one today, was going to stop her and my fiancé said it was fine lol. She first pecked it a few times until it stopped moving then she ate it. These two follow each other around the yard everywhere so whatever they got into ofc they both got.Y
Yes, I looked it up, because "Google is always right" it said they can safely eat them. Could they have tried to kill the scorpion, and got stung, and then they killed it and ate it?
Definitely does resemble them. Light in color, real small. Those little bastards.Your scorpion image may be the bad kind. Compare it with these:
If the scorpion stung the tongue as my caterpillar did my chicks, then it would possibly be lethal. Just swallowing them would be harmless, I am pretty sure.
Ok thank youMolasses is harmless. It just stimulates the chicken to move material through the intestines at a quicker pace to lessen the absorption of harmful substances. The goal is to get the poison moved down and out before it can be circulated into the bloodstream.
Molasses is a by-product of refining raw sugar. All the good stuff in sugar is in the molasses.