Carolinexxx said:As for they wouldn't find it in their natural habitat well then no, not exactly. But the constituents of chocolate (sugar, milk, fat & cocoa) are all found in nature and would be potential pig food.
Making a little money is good. I'd love to be able to get some unmarketable fruits and vegetables for my pigs but others looking for extra profit have beat me to it around here. I hope I am not ruffling any feathers by arguing this chocolate thingarnoldw said:My pigs diffently dont get straight grain. 70% bread and the other is crack corn, veggies from the farmers market that is to old to be sold. My sows are not overweight and they clear land very well. If it wasnt for companies getting reed of bread or chocolate and other spoilage items alot of us probably not be rasing hogs and making some profit. The bread company I get bread from is all natural no perservatives and only has a week shelf life. I pickup two truck loads a week and they thank me for picking it up so they do not have a dumping fee. I do not grow them out to top hogs but sell weaners at two flea markets and normaly dont have any proublen getting 35 a piece for them at 8 weeks old.Arnold