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    Old nag only_me's Avatar
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    Default Are hazelnuts posionous?

    Have just found out that there is a hazelnut tree overhanging into one of the field but can't remember if they are poisonous?

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    Old nag
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    Default Re: Are hazelnuts posionous?

    Well people can eat them, so I should imagine they are not poisonous to horses but I *would* be wary of them eating them because of the shape, they are fairly small and almost round, so could cause choke. I would use electric fencing to keep the horses away from the overhanging tree.
    "Don't LET him do that"

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    Old nag
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    Default Re: Are hazelnuts posionous?

    Horses generally love the leaves, I don't think they are poisonous as they are a traditional field hedging plant.
    I was Thistle, then I was beauchamps, now I seem to be Thistle again. If only rewinding in real life was so easy!

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