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  • Choking out poison ivy with grass

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    05-17-2013, 12:36 PM
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Foal
new pasture help

I'm bring my horses home soon :) the pasture is less then 2 acres so I will be feeding hay year around 24/7. There is "some" grass but of course that will be LONG gone by the time the horses get to it. I know there is some poison ivy in the pasture and I have looked lots of stuff up and everything I have read said most horses aren't effect by poison ivy. Also there is a lots of weeds around all the big trees. What can I use to kill the weeds and some of the poison ivy that's safe for the horses?
     
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    05-17-2013, 12:40 PM
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Showing
Just mow or weedeat the poison ivy and weeds. Horses won't eat them anyway, and they don't seem to be affected by poison ivy.
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    05-17-2013, 03:20 PM
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Trained
Yes, I would just mow the weeds. If they're choking out the grass you can kill them with a 2-4-D weed killer. It's safe for immediate grazing.
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