[NAFEX] Re: Choke Cherries

rob hamilton lostman_amiga at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 26 09:05:35 EST 2004


On somewhat related topic, I have an old apple pickle
recipe book that suggest putting sour cherry leaves in
the brine to keep the pickles firm.  

Would this be bad advice?

Robert

--- Lisa Almarode <lisaalmarode at yahoo.com> wrote:
> In goat circles it's widely said to not feed
> prunings
> from any kinds of cherry to goats; I believe other 
> stone fruits as well should be avoided, especially 
> when wilted.  I understand goats will eat toxic
> things
> 
> like rhododendrons too; best not to rely on their
> judgement.
> 
> I've read not to plant chokecherries if you have
> cultivated cherries, that they can spread diseases.
> Is this true?  (this may not be an issue for those 
> in colder climates...)
> 
> Lisa in Ashland Oregon
> USDA zone 7, Sunset zone 7, 1800'
> 
> > Doreen, a neighbor cut his down and his goat ate
> > them. All of the goats
> > died.  I've since been told livestock farmers
> avoid
> > cutting them down and
> 
> 
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