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Our five year old hand feeding an orphaned pigeon

Our sweet bunny drinking her celery juice.  Yumm

Cyst on cheek

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After applying cyst salve, a wound opened naturally to drain the material

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Goat with reduced cyst after applying  salve for cysts and growths (recipe in blog)  It took a few weeks, but it is completely drained and healed. 

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Turtles love kitchen scraps

Treating a sheep's wound with iodine and salve

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Sheared (sort of) sheep for collecting wool

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Our kitchen scraps are popular with everyone

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Rabbits love veggies, citrus peels, banana peels and fruit.   We give them our kitchen scraps and they find what they need in there to stay healthy.  

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Our horse had a cyst on the inside of her leg. We are treating it with my salve for cysts and growths and it has reduced in size.   Another few weeks and it will be gone

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Baby bunnies are especially vulnerable in their first few weeks.   It's a combination of care from their mom together with us that will increase their chances of survival

The kids are responsible for the animals. Feeding, cleaning and caring for them.   It's a lot of work, but worth the effort