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    thanks omi i havnt tried them with the campion yet because i wasnt sure but i gave them the hazel and they was playing tug of war with each other over it lol.. going to get some more in the morning. And some more plants i cant ID too. I appreciate the verifications. x

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    I love the foraging area you have there W&S - and I like this thread. Like Lily, I don't have a lot of confidence in identifying all but about half a dozen plants, so I'm keen to learn more

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    Ive got an excellent book that I'm sure anyone who likes foraging would find helpful https://shop.rabbitwelfare.co.uk/pro...-by-twigs-way/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoobec View Post
    Ive got an excellent book that I'm sure anyone who likes foraging would find helpful https://shop.rabbitwelfare.co.uk/pro...-by-twigs-way/
    I am doing a couple of 'hands on' foraging days soon (22 May and 12 June) - see my thread in Rabbit Chat!

    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...tion-Days-2016!
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    Quote Originally Posted by parsnipbun View Post
    I am doing a couple of 'hands on' foraging days soon (22 May and 12 June) - see my thread in Rabbit Chat!

    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...tion-Days-2016!
    That sounds great, I wish I was closer, I would have loved that.

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    we can learn together lol.. Im kicking my self because im not closer Parsnipbun. ive just ordered the twigs way book so looking forward to that. im just really enjoying myself lately. We have miles and miles of wooldland to walk through and im really exploring. im getting lots of excersie and my buns are getting what they love. been this morning just to take photos of some unsure plants then going to pick the buns stuff later. w

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    i think this MIGHT be herb bennet type but if anyone knows please say.[IMG][/IMG]

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    not sure at all what this is[IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG]

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    Just been out and got loads of massive dandelions and long grass for the piggies.

    Going down well!


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