Robyn Stewart, Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent for the University of Georgia shares why mud can be a big deal for horses. Not an inevitable part of spring, prolonged periods of standing in mud can cause significant health issues for horses. We talk thrush, white line disease, scratches and cellulitis.
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