Don't Eat That!
It seems that fall has (finally) arrived. With a break from the heat our horses may be feeling a little frisky and potentially curious, as different objects fall or blow into their paddocks. Fallen branches, piles of leaves and acorns frequently gather wherever horses do at this time of year. Usually, they have better things readily available to munch on daily during their turnout, but then again … the curious …. and the bored … may just develop a taste for something they really shouldn’t. Here’s a review of some dangers the fall foliage can provide; what to look for and what to do if you suspect your horse has ingested too much!

Don't Eat That!


This document is presented in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF). To view a PDF file, you must have the Acrobat Reader program. If your computer does not have this free software, download it here.