Sometimes I catch fish that is too cumbersome to cook. And yet it is
damaged enough by the fishing hook to release it back to the lake.
So, I would like to simply feed it to the chickens. Is that a good
idea? Can chickens pick at a un-filleted whole fish?
Unless he is a much better fisherman than I, there will be no half-eaten
fish in the chicken pen after an hour or less. Chickens are not known
for leaving half-eaten delicacies laying around.
On Fri, 28 May 2004 18:50:18 +0000, Ignoramus14990 wrote:
No offense meant, but I was thinking of the health of the chickens. The
thought of a flock of mercury-demented chickens is not a pretty picture. <g>
(However, mercury is found in the eggs of fish-eating birds.)
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