bread good or bad for horses??

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bread good or bad for horses??

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    02-14-2008, 05:02 AM
bread good or bad for horses??

I am just posting this to c ur point of view, do you think bread is good or bad for horses?? I kno a horse that died from eating a loaf of bread but on the otha hand one of my friends uncles feeds his endurance horses a loaf a day!!

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    02-14-2008, 05:04 AM
There was a thread on this a while ago. It was established that white breads are bad for horses. But home made bread that has none of the preservatives etc added is ok :)
    02-14-2008, 09:55 PM
Green Broke
Yeah I remember this question from another person on here I ws told it was bad but I had no clue until I found out!!!
    02-20-2008, 07:22 AM
I highly doubt it was the actual bread itself that killed the horse. I would assume it was the way he must have consumed it.
When I lived in Europe, bread was a huge treat for horses. No such thing as giving them carrots. I guarantee you NO horse ever died from eating bread.

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