Liz, look at this label and tell me if you see anything that sheep should not
eat: Fish meal, plant protein products, animal protein products, dried yeast
culture, fish oil, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, riboflavin
supplement, niacin supplement, calcium pantothenate, vitamin B12 supplement,
choline chloride, d-biotin, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride,
vitamin E supplement, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K
activity), folic acid, zinc sulfate, copper sulfate, manganous sulfate,
potassium iodate, ethylenediamine dihydrodide, ascorbic acid, Not for Human
Consumption. Meets FDA requirements regarding restrictions on mammalian protein
in Auburn, CA
> From: "Elizabeth Radi"
> Subject: Re: [Blackbelly] Koi food
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> I personally would not feed Koi food to my sheep. Folks got into allot of
> trouble feeding ruminants animal parts in the past. It probably is illegal
> also. Think of "Mad Cow".
> I would think it would be ok to feed to chickens, because they eat just about
> anything. Also, the protein content would be pretty high I would imagine. I
> really do not think that fish food would be plant based, but mostly animal or
> fish source. Just some rambling thoughts.
> Liz Radi
> Nubian goats
> Nunn, Colorado
> --- rickkr...@hotmail.com wrote:
> From: Rick Krach
> To: blackbelly Blackbelly List
> Subject: [Blackbelly] Koi food
> Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2015 21:06:35 -0700
> I know that pig food cannot be given to sheep, but I wonder about Koi food.
> ?Someone has given me 50 lbs of Koi food which their fish will not eat. ?Does
> anyone have any idea as to whether it'd be safe to give this to my sheep,
> chickens, pigs, whoever would eat it? ?My question is because the package
> does say, "Not for human consumption." ?Thanks,
> Rick Krach
> in Auburn, CA?
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