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    11-04-2013, 05:34 PM
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Red face What fruits and veggies are safe to feed??

It is obvious of course that I am not wondering about apples and carrots. But I recently starting juicing, and I end up with all this lovely pulp (such as apple and carrot which they die in happiness over) and am wondering if any of these that I list below is known to be particularly bad for my horses. It would seem like a waste to throw all this yummy pulp away and so if I know what I can give them safely periodically I can juice the "bad" stuff in separate batches.

This is most commonly what I juice:
Apples
Carrots
Oranges
Lemons
Limes
Pineapple
Grapes (red&green)
Grapefruit
Mango
Kiwi
Plums
Apricot
Banana
Ginger
Basil
Cilantro
Cucumber
Kale
Celery
Spinach
Beets
Tomatos

Also, anything else that you know is bad for them, such as I heard nuts and broccoli are bad including peanut butter, but then I hear conflicting reports... :/

I am fairly new to owning horses of my own and the last thing I want is to give them colic or poison them. They are VERY hungry ponies and usually eat whatever I give them so I worry about them being picky enough.

Thank you to everyone who reads this and helps me in any way.
     
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    11-05-2013, 06:41 AM
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Equine Recline - Safe and Unsafe Fruits and Vegetables for Horses

Find Safe Vegetables and Fruit for Horses - wikiHow

These may help :)
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