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What should I be giving my horse extra to help him heal?

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    03-15-2011, 11:47 AM
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Exclamation What should I be giving my horse extra to help him heal?

My horse has a splint, and the piece is just floating around. He's a reiner, so I'm not going to call him a gimp until I'm sure, because we're going to take the piece out. He walks fine on the leg, no limping or soar-ness. But what are some herbs or treats that I could give him to speed up a process a little bit...?
     

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