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Thread: What can i use fruit pulp leftovers from juicer for?

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    Default What can i use fruit pulp leftovers from juicer for?

    For those who feed raw, would i be able to use the pulp that comes out of my fruit juicer in the raw dog food?


    If not, here are some other ?

    Which wildlife would eat this?

    Im thinking of trying wombats and rabbits on it. Or just leave it out, and see what takes it perhaps?

    I dont want to harm anything though.
    Animals exposed to the feed area: Wombats, roos, geese, rabbits, frogs, owls, ducks. That's just the ones i can see.

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    I think it depends on the type of fruit you're using. I've heard grapes are bad for dogs, but I know a few people who feed apples in small amounts. Molly LOVES kiwi fruit, she will ignore the biggest, juiciest steak but just won't leave me alone of I'm eating kiwi!

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    I'd freeze it into iceblocks for the pooches !!!


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    It's just fibre so should be ok for most animals.
    The iceblock idea is good.

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    I mix mine in with m dogs food but the juicer booklet has recipes for the pulp at the back...well it does in my booklet

    I guess the only down side to the pulp is that it's basically dry coz all the juice has been juiced out

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