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Horse management, health, feeding and grooming.
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Not a horse guy, but....Article here
I wish my brain could forget what my eyes have seen.
"If the mountain were smooth you couldn't climb it." ~ unknown
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I didn't know that.
Your not a small business owner. Your a stay at home mom trapped in a pyramid scheme.
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Not a real informative article, it doesn’t explain what makes them poisonous. Are they only a problem for horses? I know I’ve watched deer eat them by the mouthful.
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"For evil to flourish, all that is required is for good men to do nothing" Burke
It ain't easy being a used cow salesman.
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Have seen a couple of cases of Red Maple toxicosis in horses through the years... in my experience, it's almost always been when someone(or their neighbors) has been 'pruning' the trees in their yard and pitches the limbs over the fence. It's a bad deal.
See similar disastrous results with folks pitching Japanese yew trimmings over the fence to give the cows a 'treat'... end result... a bunch of dead cows.