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Unlike fresh water mussels, or bones or antlers in the wild, I believe that ground oyster shells sold for chickens are processed under high heat to burn away any organic material. I doubt it will attract animals unless they crave calcium.
 
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Unlike fresh water mussels, or bones or antlers in the wild, I believe that ground oyster shells sold for chickens are processed under high heat to burn away any organic material. I doubt it will attract animals unless they crave calcium.
I hear you but animals often crave calcium and magnesium.
 

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Definitely never use blood meal in any planting outdoors where you don’t want to attract raccoons :(
 

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Definitely never use blood meal in any planting outdoors where you don’t want to attract raccoons :(
I've also seen Raccoons also go after some potting mixes with time release fertilizer in it. I think they smell the gelatin that encapsulates the fertilizer or maybe it has fish emulsion in it.
 
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