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Picked up some new hay that looked good to me, but it has rabbit foot clover in it. It's pretty fresh ... should this be okay to feed to my goats? We're hunting really hard for good hay right now.
 

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Hey, Rabbit Foot Clover is actually a member of the pea family. It's not a true clover. I think you're good there. We feed a lot of pea/grass hay.
 

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An interesting thing I found about it.
Scientists have taken a gene from Rabbit Foot clover and put it into White clover. The genetically engineered White clover does not cause bloat like natural White clover.
 

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Hallelujah! :dance: We found hay finally that will work! :laugh:

I'm so sorry about the panic. :eek:
 

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Interesting. I hope you have some of this hay next week Danielle , I want to take a look at it , I dont think I ever saw this type unless I did and never knew it when I was with the horses.
 
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