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    Can pigs eat fir trees?

    I saw somewhere that guinea pigs can eat fir branches, I was wondering if it's true since I have some fir near my house and I was wondering if I could give it to mine as a treat.

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    Re: Can pigs eat fir trees?

    Absolutely NOT!

    They have untreated twigs from fruit trees. Most pigs won't pay any attention at all to any kind of tree branches.

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    Re: Can pigs eat fir trees?

    Thanks, I really wasn't sure and didn't want to give them something unsafe.

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