Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Middle Tennessee
• Horses: 0
Ditto Jaydee, proceed with caution.
I have 100 yr old oak trees that I won't destroy.
That said my seriously insulin resistant horse got caught eating acorns a few weeks back --- he only ate a few --- he got warm hooves. Was it the acorns or something else since he leans over the fence to eat various types of tree leaves, or mehbee it was the change in temperature.
He is so sensitive, I joke he isn't allowed to smell alfalfa because that makes his hooves warm.
I said all that to say it's as Jaydee said, some horses might be a worry and others won't be:)
A Good Horseman Doesn't Have To Tell Anyone; The Horse Already Knows.
I CAN'T ride 'em n slide 'em. I HAVE to lead 'em n feed 'em Thnx cowchick77.