Fall Grazing Webinar: How to Avoid the Dangers

Spring grazing might get all the attention,  but that doesn’t mean we’re in the clear the rest of the year– particularly in the Fall.
“While grass tends to be lower in fructans and starch during the summer heat, the situation changes as the nighttime temperatures dip in the fall,” Dr. Joyce Harman.  “Laminitis is a very real threat once the nights turn cool and grass gets stressed.”
Check out this webinar to learn more about the dangers of fall grass and how you can keep your horse safe.

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