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I've gotten almost everything identified on my property to weed out toxic plants. There are a few however that are not listed on any of the toxic plant lists, but I know that doesn't necessarily mean they aren't toxic. Could someone please tell me yea or nay to the following...yes toxic, or no it's perfectly safe for my goats to eat.

Asparagus fronds and berries. I'm done harvesting my asparagus in my garden and they've matured into the fronds with berries.

Forsythia leaves and flowers

Butterfly bush...I'll include some pictures cuz I know there are different kinds.

Yuccas. I ask this because I've seen one list that says it's safe for goats, but someone here said they are toxic. I have tons of yuccas on my property, and although I don't dislike them, I have WAY too many and would love for the goats to take care of them!

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Ok so forsythia is ok for them to eat.
The butterfly bush is ok for them to eat.
Asparagus berries are a NO, but what about the fluffy fern/fronds?
And as for the yuccas...it depends on the species? I'm not sure what mine is, but here is a few pictures...never took pictures when the flowers bloomed, they were white...please tell me yes or no to them!
Thank you all so much!!
 

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