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Jerusalem Artichokes ( Topinambur ) as food for sheep...advisable or not

 
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Hello,

I have a corner of my garden where these plants are growing every year...my sheep seems to like their tubers, any idea how much I should allow them to eat ?

Thank you,
iulian
 
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I have goats and sheep. There doesnt seem to be a problem with letting them just have a go at it. No problems so far.
 
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