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    Default homemade blocks?

    The henry's blocks are getting really expensive for us, and I was thinking about making some myself? I found this link on squirrel refuge, and I was wondering if there was anything wrong or not advised in the recipe. If so than I can find some good rodent block, but I'd rather stick with stuff made for squirrels. Also, what should I add for the vitamins? https://squirrelrefuge.org/squirrelblock.html
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    Default Re: homemade blocks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Floppysquirrel04 View Post
    The henry's blocks are getting really expensive for us, and I was thinking about making some myself? I found this link on squirrel refuge, and I was wondering if there was anything wrong or not advised in the recipe. If so than I can find some good rodent block, but I'd rather stick with stuff made for squirrels. Also, what should I add for the vitamins? https://squirrelrefuge.org/squirrelblock.html
    You can use that recipe.
    I would buy the vitamin mix that Henry's sells. Personally, I wouldn't make my own vitamin mix.

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    Default Re: homemade blocks?

    Thanks! I'll make sure to get some of the vitamins. https://www.henryspets.com/vita-mins/ These are the ones?
    "Until one has loved an animal, part of one's soul remains unawakened."
    - Anatole France

    "We have doomed the wolf not for what it is, but for what we deliberately and mistakenly
    perceive it to be - the mythologized epitome of a savage ruthless killer - which is, in reality,
    no more than a reflected image of ourselves."
    - Farley Mowat

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