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    Can you say: frustration

    Jack knows not to chew wood in the shop but he loves cherry. So he gets to nawl at the house
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    Awww! Just look how happy he is!
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    Wilted cherry tree leaves are deadly toxic to livestock. Had a buddy that had a mule that took a liking to a cherry tree stump in the fencerow and she actually ate enough to kill her. Would limit the intake on cherry wood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Wilted cherry tree leaves are deadly toxic to livestock. Had a buddy that had a mule that took a liking to a cherry tree stump in the fencerow and she actually ate enough to kill her. Would limit the intake on cherry wood.
    How about as a toothpick?

    Just be glad Jack does not love Cherry restorations.

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    Jack has never touched a piece of furniture. He chews but never swallows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Wilted cherry tree leaves are deadly toxic to livestock. Had a buddy that had a mule that took a liking to a cherry tree stump in the fencerow and she actually ate enough to kill her. Would limit the intake on cherry wood.
    First thing we do after a bad storm is check cherry trees. Making sure none is down or across fences. Cherry leaves can kill livestock faster then a bullet
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    Also, don't use walnut shavings for bedding for animals. It reacts with urine and causes founder in horses.
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