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Horse Hay Q&A

Is one grass hay variety more palatable than another? Should I feed my horse the first or second cutting of hay? Equine nutritionists answer these questions and more about this essential forage.

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Horse Hay Q&A

Is one grass hay variety more palatable than another? Should I feed my horse the first or second cutting of hay? Equine nutritionists answer these questions and more about this essential forage.

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Equine Safety and Yellow Buttercups

Buttercups can cause mouth pain and blisters, drooling, oral and gastric ulcers, colic, and diarrhea in horses that eat them.

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Weed Management Plans for Horse Pastures

Fall is a good time to evaluate the quality of your horse pastures, because it is easy to see which weeds were most prevalent and uncontrolled during the summer and are now large and seed-producing.

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Controlling Grassy Weeds in Horse Pastures

Broadleaf plants, such as dandelions and ragweed, aren’t the only weeds that can infiltrate pastures. Here’s how to control grassy weeds that can be prominent in summer pastures, including crabgrass, yellow foxtail, and nimblewill.

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Horses Eating Thistle

Horses Eating Thistle

An owner worries about her horse eating thistle. An equine nutritionist responds about the risks.

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