Poison hemlock, cocklebur, Johnsongrass, and common ragweed can all be poisonous to horses under the right conditions. Dr. William Witt of the University of Kentucky discusses these weeds' habitats and how to get rid of them.
"Siemon says" he needs at least 1 year of rest but, after that, he might be a good trail horse or enjoy light arena work. He is well-trained, willing, and likes both people and other horses. His owners would love to keep him but are financially ... Read More