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ghee waste.. ok in scrap bucket?

 
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we have a scrap bucket for pigs. things like whey go into it. so forth it makes up a small part of there diet. I was wondering when i make ghee can all that extra stuff that isnt needed go to the pig without issue?

that's how to make it and what is in it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJHqaQgVz0o
 
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I've embedded the youtube video below.

 
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Burra Maluca wrote:I've embedded the youtube video below.




thanks but is that ok to give to the pigs?
 
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Yes, of course, if you are making ghee from good edible butter, then the milk solids leftover would be excellent for pigs. I like that stuff on toast, myself
 
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Rebecca Norman wrote:Yes, of course, if you are making ghee from good edible butter, then the milk solids leftover would be excellent for pigs. I like that stuff on toast, myself



thank you..

i might try it on toast.. ive never eating it before ...... lol i just kinda look at and im like what do i do with this stuff LMAO
 
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