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RE: Can I feed him Chicken?

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Posted by: berdache at Thu Apr 18 12:57:08 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by berdache ]  
   

Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. Your advice has made dealing with him a lot more manageable.
I've had this guy for 5 yrs, since he was a new born. He's never acted like this before. I have him hook trained and he responds well to the tap. The behavior I am seeing is hugely different than anything before.
This year he went off feed for 3 months, longer than usual. He also looked leaner afterwards. I am guessing he is hungrier than usual and therefore having a stronger feeding response.
He also just went up in food size to large rabbits(10lbs). I was hoping to find ways of supplementing his diet with food that is easier to access.
You've given me a lot of information that helps ease my concerns and move forward in working with him.


   

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