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Poisonous plants - what to look out for

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Poisonous plants - what to look out for

Pasture management is an important part of looking after your horse. You should regularly check your horse's grazing for poisonous plants. Many plants that are poisonous to horses cause neurological and liver damage which can be life-threatening.

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