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sandra turpin

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I give my boys tomatoes which they like. I remove the seeds from them mainly because of they mess they would make. I'm curious to find out what others do. Do you leave the seeds in or remove them?
 

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None of mine will touch them so I don't have to worry about the seeds :)) I don't know why they just don't even try them so I gave up trying.
 

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I tend to remove the seeds because I read on here somewhere that the seeds were acidic.
Also there was a thread on here about green tomatoes, the enquiry was about wether green toms were less acidic and were they ok being green.
 

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I tend to remove the seeds because I read on here somewhere that the seeds were acidic.
Also there was a thread on here about green tomatoes, the enquiry was about wether green toms were less acidic and were they ok being green.
 

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Yeah, I leave the seeds in, too. My piggies love cherry tomatoes but I only give them occasionally. It's always very sweet to watch them cleaning up after all the juice has dripped on to their furry chins!
 
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I feed my pigs cherry tomatoes as a treat if they're on offer. You can buy different varieties of cherry tomatoes in a sort of pick and mix at tesco's. I just put them in the cage whole, it's funny to watch the pigs chasing them round the cage trying to start them off. :))
 
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