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post #16 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-01-2005, 02:30 PM
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Forgot to say that my pigs like the yogurt drops made by I think Vitakraft. They come in a little green box.

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hagrid snubs his nose at oranges. lol "hmph!" am trying other things, but yeah i've heard red peppers are

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Maybe I over-spoil my boys, since their foster Mommy before me did as well. I find that other then Carrots, broccoli & romaine lettuce, my boys will NOT eat the same things everyday. I've tried adding more fruit to increase their intake of Vit. C, like cantaloupe, which they love. Oranges, they aren't big on. But, in that case, I give each of them half of a vitamin C chewable tablet which they don't really like too much, but, I know they need. Not everyday, just when they pass up their oranges for more then 2 days and I start to worry.

Why are Carrots and Broccoli no good for everyday feedings?

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I think peppers are high in Vitamin C too, aren't they?
Yes, Bell Peppers are very high in vitamin C, just dont give them chile peppers.
They cant have alot of Calcium, broccli is very high in calcium, therfore, limit it to about twice a week.


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I just tried serving oranges to my babies in a different way, b/c they never have been too big on them. I get naval oranges, cut it in half, then cut that in half, then take the peel off, and break it into sections. I can do that with my fingers, it kind of comes apart. They seem to like that better than when I just served them a huge chunk. I think it's easier for them to eat. I've heard that orange peels are toxic to small animals. Is that true?

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