Actually I'm not trying to PREY on anyone. THANKS. And i'm not saying all your horses are going to kill over from this. Just putting it out there. Some places the water is better than others, and whether you are "healthy" or not you might not know what some chemicals are doing to your body until you are much older. There are many research programs that go into researching water.
All I was doing was stating an opinion. No need to jump on my case. I believe in filtered water. Are you going to kill over from not having it, ummm no, but will you be a million times healtheir in the long run? Ummm, yes.
Reverse Osmosis Filtration water has been proven to cure certain health and skin problems in humans,
Has a very positive affect on the horse as well.
Thanks for all the negativity, what a great forum!
Hope ya'll have a blessed day. :)
---"For years, Cathy Justus’ horses in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, were experiencing symptoms that, no matter what medical treatment she tried, would not go away. The symptoms included colic (i.e. Gastrointestinal pain), arthritis-like stiffness of the bones, and skin allergies. Cathy brought her horses to multiple veterinarians in the area, but none were able to find a cure for the horses’ problems -- that is, until she met Dr. Lennart Krook, a retired veterinary researcher from Cornell University. Upon examining the horses, Dr Krook quickly discovered that Cathy’s horses had dental fluorosis – a fluoride-induced condition that created large brown stains and pits on the horses’ teeth. (None of the previous veterinarians Cathy went to had ever bothered to examine the horses’ teeth, and had therefore missed this important warning sign.)
Following the discovery of dental fluorosis, Dr. Krook conducted microscopic analyses of some of the deceased horses’ bones, and found changes in the bone structure that were consistent with skeletal fluorosis. While the horses’ bone fluoride levels (between 600 and 900 ppm) were well below the levels typically associated with skeletal fluorosis (in cattle), Dr. Krook concluded that the horses were, in fact, suffering from “chronic fluoride intoxication.”
---Read these articles.
--Nat'l Academy of Science - Fluoridation and the Fluoridator's effect upon Livestock