Laminitis Survivors: Getting Back on Grass

After a horse has had a bout of laminitis, can she be brought up slowly on grass again? If so, how soon can this be done?

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Laminitis Survivors: Getting Back on Grass
Some laminitic horses can return to pasture, but sugars in the grass might be detrimental to horses with metabolic conditions. Work with your vet to determine an appropriate turnout schedule, which might include grazing muzzles and/or drylots. | Photo: iStock


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