Hi I know I have already asked a question about farmers spraying their fields and horses. But I have another one. My horse's drylot and pasture is 50 ft(if you include a ditch) from the farmer's field. I was wondering, if I plant some trees densly between the field and my horse's drylot, would that prevent any spray drift from coming into it? I mean, so my horse wouldnt inhale anything? I have talked to the farmer,like everyone suggested in my other thread, and he's just spraying roundup this year. Isnt inhaling the stuff still bad? Would having a dense row of trees/shrubs help?