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Acorns (Illustration by Will Drew)

Acorns are the nut-like fruit of the oak trees and whilst they provide nutritious food for many birds and animals they contain a high proportion of Tannic Acid which can be fatal to ponies and cattle. It is for this reason that pigs, which are immune to acorn poisoning, are released onto the Forest during the pannage season which starts in September.

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