So, I've reviewed Fiasco Farm's toxic plant list (I actually have it bookmarked for reference), as it seems to be the most comprehensive edible vs poisonous list I can find for goats. However... there are some omissions (obviously they can't list everything) and some discrepancies. Several things are listed on both the edible AND poisonous list... including Rhubarb leaves and lilac (I think there were a few others too). My goats have eaten quite a bit of lilac without becomming ill... but I want to make sure this is something that wont hurt them in the long run as there are quite a few lilac trees in their pen. Seems to be a great forage plant, but I'm concerned to see it listed on both lists. I have not fed rhubarb leaves just because I know they are generally considered toxic to most animals... but so is nightshade and some other things that goats can apparently eat. Has anyone fed their goats rhubarb leaves? I have some huge plants, and if it's ok, I could certainly spare some for the goats. I also have several blueberry bushes. I was going to give them the clippings at first, thinking that if blackberries and raspberries are ok, blueberries should be too. But then I thought about the fact that blueberries and azaleas are closely related... so I opted to NOT give the blueberry trimmings to the goats. Does anyone know if goats can eat blueberry plants?