Red Chard?

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Red Chard?

Postby ylojeepguy28 » Tue Apr 21, 2009 2:38 pm

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Is red chard an alright green to feed my dragons? I am trying to find some red greens to feed my 2 dragons for some variety for them. I ran into red chard at the local health food store and picked some up. Is this ok to feed to my dragons? My dragons are 6 months old. Any advice, knowledge, or suggestions would help.
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Re: Red Chard?

Postby covedweller » Tue Apr 21, 2009 2:45 pm

i've also wondered if red chard was an acceptable food for my beardie. i can't find it on any lists as good OR bad. anyone?

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Re: Red Chard?

Postby ylojeepguy28 » Wed Apr 22, 2009 1:42 pm

I can not find the answer to this question at all. I really would like to know for sure before i feed it to my little ones. Any help would be wonderful
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Re: Red Chard?

Postby 3bds » Wed Apr 22, 2009 2:05 pm

Hi,
I feed my big beardies finely chopped rainbow chard from my yard. It all tastes the same to m. It comes in pink, yellow, magenta, plain, red. I also offer finely chopped or sliced zucchini, butternut squash and some other green - like collards or mustard greens. a few silkworms might be placed on top (they tend to stay put all day). i don't mix it and let them choose from the separated portions. Sometimes they eat all of one pile and not of another. Over several days, it balances out. One beardie's fav is sliced zucchini, the others is any type or green and the butternut squash. the iguana loves chard, but also likes collards and other greens. i don't think the color makes any difference since all are doing great.
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Re: Red Chard?

Postby Kriechtier » Thu Apr 23, 2009 5:50 pm

Mine eats red chard no problem, but she is picky and if there is arugula mixed in, then that goes first.
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