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I created a topic last year asking if Birch wood is safe. I found out that it was but I was still left a little confused. Can you feed it freshly picked off a tree? Or just dried? Can you feed it if it has been cut for a few months? Do I have to make sure the tree was alive when it was cut? We recently cut down some birch trees and have a TON of bark that had fallen off. Can they have the bark? Also can I just give them a log that has been chopped for fire wood to chew on?
ps. Here is the link to where it says birch is ok. Quote: Safe trees: Willow, spruce, ash, birch, maple, juniper, poplar, apple, pear, hazel and hawthorn. http://www.medirabbit.com/EN/GI_diseases/Food/feeding_en.pdf