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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
With healthy horse poo, literally all there is to it is collecting fresh manure from a horse with no worms or illnesses and dumping it in with your horse. If your horse needs it, he'll eat it. If he doesn't need it, he'll leave it alone.
Definitely ask your vet about the pellets if he said they can cause heaves. I hadn't heard that before but he's the expert, not me! I would think the reasoning behind that might be the amount of dust, which pellets takes care of, but better safe than sorry.
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