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I'm really curious.... an inlaw gave my son a container of canine kelp but his dog doesn't seem to like it, she eats dry dog food so mixing it into food isn't an option. If she doesn't eat it, I was curious if you guys thought I could give it to the goats?
I honestly know nothing about using kelp.

 

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There should be no problem with giving this to goats. Searched the ingredients and it's just pure kelp, nothing else. Some people feed free choice, others top dress the feed. When I used it, top dressed 1 tablespoon per 100 pounds.
 

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kelps is totally fine for goats, i currently top dress my one pregnant goats feed. It is also found in the loose minerals for the goats and the loose minerals for the chickens.
I also eat kelp!
 

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Thanks! I wasn't sure because it was labeled for dogs. I do use stuff like Dyne labeled for dogs on the goats (same thing/different label for different species).

Here is the rest of the label info. Some of the nutritional value is gone because of the packaging tape.



Sorry this one is blurry

 
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