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He was so weak, we had to handfeed him little bites of pizza.
I find no moral conflict in having gone to great lengths to save a hatchling dove and handfeed it--something my family's done to the point we have a bird we're trying to figure out how to release now--and going out and collecting eggs from the fat, glossy chickens that we care for, and making an omelet.
It is one of the few places in Australia where we can legally handfeed wild dolphins.
In a 50-cow herd, the least expensive winter feeding strategy is to offer free-choice cornstalk residue and handfeed DDGS, he said.
The vet immediately put her on an IV and had us handfeed her boiled chicken and cottage cheese over the next couple of days.
Now he's lost some weight, his little breast bone? is poking out more than I think it should He eats, plays, sings but unless I handfeed him, which I've been doing about every other day, he stays kinda too thin.
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