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Does anybody have either or both of these trees and also keep chickens?Will chooks eat and thrive on these seeds?
 
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Definitely no problem with paulownias here. Not sure about mimosa. Generally chickens are good at knowing what not to eat. They will even purposely eat a little bit of things which are toxic to them, as medicine.
 
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