The produce stand near my house asked if I could use their unwanted or "scrap" produce for my animals. I said sure, seeing as if it wasn't fit for them in my opinion, I could always toss it in my compost. Since then, I've been making my goaties a bucket full of produce every night to go with their usual stuff. The produce is very good quality, imo. I'd eat it, honestly. On the off occasion, I get something completely gone and I won't give them that. If it just has a bruise, I cut it out and then give it to them. My question is, is there such as too much? It's a 3 quart bucket full of chopped (yeah, they're spoiled) veggies and occasionally some fruit split between 5 goats. I give my buckling just a handful if that. Fruits and veggies are nothing new to them but it used to be maybe one apple split between all of them or something like that. They seem to be eating less of their goat ration since I've started this as well. Also, what about cabbage? She seems to send quite a bit of that but I worry about it being too gassy even for my chickens so I give them maybe one leaf And the goats get maybe 2 leaves between all of them and I throw the rest in the compost. It's still crisp inside, not rotten at all... The outer leaves are just a bit limp. I have a poisonous food list that I reference and it claims it's safe... I also won't let them have over 2 or 3 strawberries a piece when she sends them because I worry it'll cause tummy troubles. I'm just over protective, perhaps!? Thanks so much in advance!