So long as it's reasonably thick, then you can do this without
disaster. There will be breakout on the trailing edge though, so the
easiest way to deal with that is to make it oversize and saw it down
later. You could try putting a lipping on instead, but that tends to
splinter on the cross-grain edges.
It won't feed through the rollers (at first) because it will be
uneven. Take a thin board a few feet long and use that as a push stick
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