Readers Respond: Mold? Geh!

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More than 1,300 readers of TheHorse.com responded to a poll asking, "Have you dealt with mold in your horses' feed or hay before?"

Results were as follows:

  • Yes, in both: 46.80% (637)
  • Yes, in hay: 38.80% (528)
  • Yes, in grain: 3.82% (52)
  • No, thankfully! 10.58% (144)

Many readers commented that they prefer to be safe rather than sorry when it comes to their horses' feed--they throw out anything suspect. Others will burn moldy feed, feed it to ruminants (such as cows or goats), or return it to the place of purchase.

All comments submitted by poll respondents are listed below.

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Reader comments:

  • cheap hay given when paid for good hay
  • They developed huge welts that broke open and weeped. Children's Benedryl cleared them
  • Threw it out! Not worth risking horses' health to save a few dollars.
  • Threw all of it out--can't risk it.
  • Hay that was stored on a dirt base became moldy from the moisture.
  • I now smell and look closely when I open a new bale! It now has to be habit!
  • I returned both or requested replacements.
  • the frost and rain is making most hay moldy
  • It was put up apparently too damp and molded. I just threw it out.
  • I'm in charge of aflatoxin testing at work, bad year for it!
  • Mold spores in my certified hay - 30 bales wasted!
  • Moldy hay goes away!
  • the hay was baled late in the day and a light dew fell on it
  • I discard moldy grain; never feed it purposely. Same goes for hay
  • I when it happens, I return it to the feed store
  • put hay in feeder trough and hosed down w/h2o...2/3 leafs at a time..goatman
  • not very often, but I was to blame.
  • once in a while we come across a bale that has some mold in it. We burn the moldy hay.
  • mold was found in hay & it was powder dusty mold
  • leaky hay storage roof allows rain to get in and drip on bales....
  • Just a few bales and those go to be used elsewhere on the farm for mulch etc.
  • Won't feed it with mold. My hay man buys it back for his cows.
  • I threw it out
  • I've had to throw some of both away in the past
  • Conditions here are perfect incubators so we carefully bag& remove to prevent future contaminations
  • Both outside and inside bales. I discard all bales exhibiting mold.
  • I got rid of hay and grain that had the mold
  • due to drought last year we imported a lot of expensive hay, only to have to burn the moldy stuff...
  • because of it I am more careful of where I buy my supply
  • threw it away
  • Had to send it all back
  • If the mold is not too bad, we feed it to the cows.
  • Had to return the feed to TSC; compost the hay
  • Had it in Nutrena products
  • When I found mold in my horses hay, I gave it to my son to feed to his cattle.
  • if it doesn't pass the smell and visual inspection tests, it gets tossed in the compost!
  • poor quality spour /mouldy food can cause more expense by causing copd.buy cheap pay twice!
  • My best advice for mold in hay is destroy the hay or feed it to a ruminant that can tolerate it.
  • Mostly from the hay or grain getting wet. Always completely empty the grain cans b4 I put in new.
  • some moldy bales in shipment, had to be careful to check each flake before feeding
  • grain's kept in plastic tubs, and hay stored in a truck container
  • Especially in hay that's not been put up completely dry, or in humid areas.
  • Nutra has had mold and MITES in their food...YUCK!
  • Just threw it away.
  • I tell the supplier and they replace the bale.
  • my horse died from mold in oats feed grain and hay:(
  • I have learned not to buy hay from "cow people."
  • Remove and destroy all moldy hay and grain.
  • Bought hay with mold in it couldn't see it but smelled strange. Didn't feed it threw it away.
  • feed store reluctant to replace changed feed store
  • Just threw it out immediately.
  • only occasionally, not a problem with good hay and feed dealers
  • occasional mold in pelleted feed, just throw it away. we do our own hay, thankfully.
  • Especially alfalfa. Discard any that looks or smells suspicious, period!
  • strong lights in feed room. Put moldy grain & hay in the compost pile
  • Threw it away.
  • Everyone will at some point. Just throw it away even if there is a lot of it.
  • Not sure if it was a bad batch of feed or handling by feed mill, but we called and they replaced it.
  • If I find a bale with mold I typically throw the entire bale on the manure pile. I don't feed it!
  • It makes both twice the work and twice as expensive.
  • threw it out - plain and simple
  • Yes, but buy from a small business and a local farmer who replaces anything bad.
  • educate the feeders once twice multiple times
  • I always go through the hay and look for mold but if I have any questions I soak it for 30 minutes.
  • Mostly in hay and I throw it out without hesitation!
  • Just simply remove it.
  • 1/8 of round bale of alfalfa hot, steamy, fermenting
  • returned to dealer
  • Threw the hay out. To reduce the problem, looked for hay not to tightly baled & made sure it was not
  • Wet spring/mold in pellets/bought extra feed that month!
  • with the hay shortage in Al. folks are selling and folks are buying a lesser quality hay. Shame isn't
  • We had some hay stacked on the floor of our bank barn last summer and the bales got moldy.
  • Round bales had mold in some of them. The savings was lost in the waste. We use squares only now
  • my grain store replaced all of the bags free of charge!
  • fed it to the cows
  • I sent it back !!!
  • I had to empty out the grain bins, and throw away the moldy hay and grain
  • changes to cubed hay
  • Supplier fault - return it. My fault - feed it to cattle. Had a horse die from moldy feed
  • Mostly minor; I can simply pull the bad chunks out and use the rest. Most of the time hay is good
  • We had moldy sweet feed that was not kept covered by the barn manager.
  • don't feed it , return it to the feed store, for a new bale or bag
  • Give it to cows; they can eat it safely
  • Due to being put up wet, have given sq. bales to cattle.
  • If mold is found in hay the goat gets it- in pellets it goes out to trash
  • 10/18/2007 5:34:36 PM
  • Had to dispose of moldy sections of the bales. fortunately, horses don't eat the mold if I miss it.
  • Checked the hay when I noticed horse coughing and noticed the mould (looked fine from the outside).
  • Look at each flake before you feed!
  • if it's in feed, I return it...if it's in hay, I feed that hay to sheep - no way do I take a chance
  • Have returned moldy hay/feed to suppliers when they were at fault. Have composted/burned when my fault
  • When my performance horse's feed started being packaged in a new (and plastic lined) bag.
  • throw it away
  • throw it on the compost heap
  • had mold in the alfalfa hay I bought this year, I called the supplier and luckily they took it back
  • We relocated from PA to FL in April. Never had to contend with this problem until now!!
  • t happens! that's what the garbage is for.
  • Unlucky, 1000 bales of hay wasted.
  • If I find mold in bagged feed I return it. If it is in hay, we use it in our compost pile.
  • I always try to buy my feed from suppliers who will take back a bag of grain or bale of feed if it
  • No, I've not had to deal with that yet, though I've not been in the horse industry to long.
  • Here, along the South Texas coast, you deal with it all the time, because of the humidity.
  • Had a round bale that was moldy. Burned it to destroy it.
  • I have found it, but I don't deal with it... I throw it OUT.
  • Smell of individual flakes and also the weight and how tightly the bale is bound. (Square bales)
  • she got pneumonia in august and now has breathing problems I cant get rid of she has been to 3 vet s
  • Only happened a couple times, the grain was reported, hay was ours-pitched it.
  • it gets tossed
  • I take the grain back to the store and trade the hay back to the hay man if found early in the year
  • Anytime I find mold in hay or grain I dispose of the hay or grain.
  • Also shavings that were bagged damp - check carefully before using & remove from barn immediately
  • When horses aren't starving wouldn't eat it moldy hay. I always kept it out anyway.
  • in feed I call feed store and get replacement and hay I get out of pasture or burn it
  • The management at the barn doesn't educate the staff on what moldy hay looks like, so we attempt to
  • My former boarding place and I went round and round about moldy hay. I don't want my horse eating it
  • Texas coast climate mandates buying pellets and hay is small quantity more frequently.
  • I keep my grain stored in tightly covered bins and my hay in a nice dry shed with a roof.
  • Mainly in hot/humid weather grain has molded and been discarded properly. Hay baled too wet or old.
  • Farmer baled wet hay.
  • Returned the grain to the feed store and threw the hay out or gave it to neighbor for cattle
  • Here in southern British Columbia, hay molding up is a BIG problem.
  • My hay is usually good all the time overall but occasionally I get a moldy bale and just toss it.
  • I CANNOT BELIEVE ANY ONE WHO FEEDS HORSES AND BOTHERS TO CHECK, HAS NOT.
  • Rarely get a bale that must have been wet; just move on to the next bale (makes great mulch)
  • been there done that.
  • Threw the hay and grain away.
  • Throw it out! It cost less to replace than a vet bill
  • I am always aware of my horses feed and hay. I 'fluff' the hay being aware of suspicious signs.
  • halfway through the sack I discovered it, I threw the rest away. No harm came from it.
  • If you even suspect it's moldy - throw it out, it's not worth the chance.
  • Sweet feed that was old and or wet at one time. I didn't know that it was bad at first, the horses did
  • The grain was new and we had to take it back to get a replacement
  • my gelding has colic'd twice= moldy hay
  • Caught it before too late!
  • Sweet feed can get moldy in warm humid weather, we always check each bale of hay as it is fed.
  • Usually just toss it Yuck
  • grain and hay delivered damp so it molded luckily my feed man replaces if it is found early.
  • THREW IT OUT
  • Unfortunately, I had to buy in a pinch and bought from the Coop. The hay was very moldy and dusty.
  • but it gets thrown out
  • Feed and hay stored in small quantities inside
  • Just pull off if light surface mold, but return to supplier if in interior of bale.
  • I had to dump about 1/3 to 1/2 of my horses hay due to mold. It was stored under a tarp.
  • Had to hand separate leaves of hay as it was a flood year and hay was very scarce.
  • We live in Florida. You can't store any foodstuffs for long. Big problem with hay from up north.
  • grain, hay, haylage, straw... every time it has been sent back and replaced
  • had to throw the hay away
  • Due to mold in the hay and grain I had to throw out the whole batch. The hay thankfully wasn't bad.
  • Returned the whole load. Willingness to replace bad bales is a key criterion for choosing dealers!
  • Bought hay that wasn't cured before baling. Grain molded in storage bin.
  • threw it out
  • Dump grain for Deer, burn hay
  • In years gone by but not in a long time.
  • I can smell it before I see it so It doesn't get fed to the horses
  • had to throw it out
  • I think the feed was too old when I got it from the feed store so it molded with in a week home.
  • hay on the bottom level gets moldy, we just peal it off and feed the good stuff
  • It happens often in the heat and humidity of summer. I don't keep as much feed on hand in summer.
  • nasty, green, much dust
  • I feed ONLY Purina Omolene 200, consistent quality and worth the extra expense!
  • It is hot and humid in Florida where you have to keep on eye out for mold in feed!
  • I don't feed it and always check before using
  • I returned hay or had it picked up
  • FEED ROUND BALES .THEY WILL MOLD SLIGHTLY OUTSIDE, BUT MOLD REMOVED BEFORE FEEDING.
  • The best farmers can have "tough" spots here and there in their hay, so we just pick it out.
  • dealing with this right now and am in process of suing seller as they had prior knowledge
  • mostly a problem with late season hay. We compost it!
  • Mold/heat--throw it out--not worth sick horse
  • Burned the hay and returned grain to feedmill.
  • Very fortunate my Feed store will take back any hay or feed with mold...South Florida Resident
  • Rarely but if hay is not quite dry when it's baled you can get a bale or two that is moldy
  • My hay man will replace it if I tell him. Don't feed moldy hay!
  • mold in hay is a very big problem in my area and now that hay prices are so high its very costly.
  • Check all feed when opening. Check all hay. A little mold wont hurt-still very cautious tho...
  • So. St's sold me 3 bags & would not make it right, hay was moldy at delivery, a pain to fix.
  • I watch what I feed very carefully. It don't get past me but I make a point of returning it to the f
  • Threw it out and kept only small amounts at a time in the barn during hot weather
  • Was sold a sack of Dykes oats-out of better brand usually get. In the ctr of bag-full of mold
  • Throw it out. Improve storage conditions. Tell feed store.
  • Tossed hay manure dumpster & called hay dealer for credit on that # of bales. Would never use it.
  • I don't overstock, and keep everything dry.
  • returned all moldy products
  • I feed pellets now instead of hay...now my horses have consistent protein levels.
  • Always check the hay before feeding! If in doubt, throw it out. The price of a bale is not worth th
  • In hay-just a few bales and we got rid of it, in pellets returned to place purchased
  • Hay got wet, too hot, molded in center; discarded hay
  • I live in a hot humid climate and storage of hay and grain is important to prevent mold.
  • If its bad throw it out!
  • return it
  • In hay and pellets, throw everything away of course.
  • round bales, useless, put them out in the woods, dealer refused to come take them away
  • give mold hay to neighbor with cows--they'll eat it
  • we feed round bales the horses deal with it
  • Experienced mold in brand new bags of feed and have returned it. Also in hay
  • Disposed of it and there were no problems
  • When I run into ANY mold I burn the bale of hay or bag of feed. I never feed any part of it.
  • My allergies are so bad I can find mold in hay stacked on wagon - no need to unload! Same with grain
  • sometimes you might get the odd flake in a bale. we just put it in the manure pile
  • I'm allergic to mold so I find it easily. My response is to toss it and all stuff it contaminated
  • I live in FL. I am very careful to watch for mold. All gets thrown out when found.
  • Several times I've opened up a newly delivered bag of oats only to find it full of blue/green mold.
  • What appears to be good hay on the outside, may be musty. I won't feed it at all.
  • throw it away!
  • plenty hay over the years.
  • Not worth taking a chance tossed it all.
  • At least once a month I get mold somewhere in at least one bale
  • I toss it onto the compost pile
  • THROW IT OUT! THROW IT OUT!!!
  • lucerne is sometimes baled too wet, you just have to scrutinise every blade throw out icky parts
  • I discovered it before I fed it to my horses and returned it to the feed store.
  • alfalfa is my biggest problem with mold.
  • very unsettling
  • GRAIN: BOUGHT SOME BAGS OF EQUINE PELLETS FROM WALMART AND ONE DAY I FOUND MOLDY PELLETS TOO LATE
  • When we find any mold, we discard the grain or hay. Luckily we rarely find either.
  • hay dealer took back the moldy hay and replaced it with good clean hay
  • always check the hay closely anything questionable is thrown away!!!!!!!!!
  • Hay was moldy in places, and I sent it back for another bale. I got a bad bag of grain and exchanged
  • threw out the grain and cleaned holder w/bleach & dried in the sun
  • Had mold in lucerne chaff horse got sick supplier paid the colic vet bill
  • grain-toss it all and clean Can't afford to toss all hay, horses avoid any mold I miss.
  • sent the hay back to the farmer
  • Grain rarely (return to seller). Hay more commonly. Very carefully monitor new loads.
  • the grain gets thrown away the hay goes to the cows
  • mine now has heaves; off hay completely
  • grain was during extremely humid conditions, hay also, should not be fed under any circumstances
  • I threw the feed away. Notified feed store, which replaced it.
  • It got damp - we used some hay for mulch in garden, tossed the grain.
  • removed any pieces in the bale affected by mold before feeding
  • Took it back to the feed dealer!
  • I always check before feeding/ Either take it back or dump it. There is no decision to be made.
  • I always shake out laps of hay to be sure it is not dusty or moldy. Check my grain when humid
  • I'm anal about checking every flake I feed my horse....I've found mold many times!
  • bad spots in hay, sack of grain smelled suspicious -- any doubt, throw it out!
  • I usually just return it to the feed dealer for a replacement or refund
  • Here in NY damp conditions can produce moldy hay, throw it away
  • no longer feed any sweet feeds
  • I could smell it and see it. Now I check all hay before feeding.
  • when it gets real hot here the grain and hay tend to mold
  • Baled too soon?
  • throw black or white moldy hay away; some flakes can be saved but if there's doubt, throw it out
  • Moldy alfalfa is common in Florida -- you have to inspect every flake carefully before you feed it.
  • Moldy hay is a way of life in the Ozarks. :o(
  • mold in grain mixture this summer, always watch hay
  • When I have found mold in my hay, I burn it.
  • Had to throw out 300 pounds of sweet feed that had all molded no longer deal with that elevator.
  • I've had a few bales or part of bales that have been moldy and I throw it out.
  • I boarded at a farm that the owner blatantly fed moldy hay ! Needless to say I moved out.
  • Every year, there are always a few bad bales in the batch
  • Hay was damp, not stacked with salt in between, not stacked on edge. Moldy!!! Mow burned bales.
  • Mold found in feed only in the summer, where it had been stored in a warehouse too long.
  • Contamination of any kind: take it right back
  • moldy hay is not fed
  • I toss out moldy hay,
  • Threw it away! It can kill them!
  • luckily I caught it before it was fed to them
  • hay stored near the ground in damp weather may mold even with plastic underneath
  • When I find it I throw it out!!
  • Last year's hay in So. NY/No. PA was a disaster. Wet. Also, some farmers lack equipment/know how
  • Any time the hay or the grain gets moisture, you will deal with this.
  • You must check constantly, every flake of hay, and store grain properly.
  • In Florida because of the humidity and constant summer rain season, you have to check the all feed.
  • returned it to the feed store or farmer.
  • It was a very wet year 3 years ago. Had to throw away 3,000 bales of hay to the cow farmers
  • Only when the hay has been quite old, never in any new hay. And never in grain.
  • On one occasion, I asked the seller to buy it back, he would not, so I gave it to a nice neighbor
  • Mold problem frequent in alfalfa hay. Had mold in pelleted feed this summer.
  • Just had to throw it out what a waste!!
  • I tell mold from dust by slapping flake- mold spores fly up- dust falls down. Always throw it out!
  • returned it back to the store
  • returned to mill who replaced it
  • unusually damp summer 2006
  • Mostly bottom bales, unpractical to put stacks on pallets in my situation
  • did not feed it
  • What's to tell? I don't feed it and my supplier takes it back.
  • returned grain to manufacturer and changed brands. Hay supplier reimbursed me for moldy hay.
  • Threw it away
  • On hay, sometimes can saw of f affected area. Don't feed contaminated grain, especially rye.
  • Some of my field doesn't dry as fast as the rest. I pick through it when I notice dust.
  • Always inspect first and Throw it away!!!
  • In feed, I throw it away. In Hay I try and separate it from the good hay and burn or mulch the moldy
  • mold happens
  • When humidity is high in the hot summer, sweet feed can be a real target for mold
  • In old and improperly stored hay.
  • I threw it all away!!
  • grain direct from the mill & feed store, took it back. Not all the hay was checked for quality.
  • In the muggy southern states. Had to feed it to the cows.
  • Any moldy hay gets tossed, as does moldy grain. Not worth a sick horse!
  • Through it out
  • In several large wrapped round bales that a field mouse has gotten into....very dangerous for horses
  • Returned the hay. Threw out the grain
  • Live in Western Wa, land of mold, yuk!
  • and the feed store acts like its my fault
  • Luckily the goats will still eat it.
  • Threw grain and hay away - when buying in bulk, cannot be sure of what you are getting. Must inspect
  • Both were caused by an undetected roof leak. kThrew out the grain and sorted the hay.
  • I returned the hay to the seller & he replaced it at no charge.
  • Small amount of bales, but just burned them as smudges for the mosquitoes.
  • Any mold in hay gets thrown away
  • dumped the feed and the hay on the burning manure pile and added fuel to avoid problems
  • Thankfully, it doesn't happen often. I check every time I feed, and discard the tainted hay or grain
  • Had a teeny bopper at his stable try to feed ours moldy hay! Now we keep our horses at home.
  • my horses seem to have a B deficiency due to poor hay
  • Whole square bales full of mould, to just between one or two flakes. Farmer replaced.
  • very humid wet summer, threw the grain away
  • that and bugs in soy meal and beet pulp, changed feed suppliers as a result.
  • The grain and hay both went back to the suppliers, I won't risk their health or life feeding moldy f
  • High humidity was the problem and for the grain room we installed a dehumidifier in the grain room.
  • I got 100 bales of grass hay that had been put up too wet, and many of the bales had mold in them.
  • Yes. especially mucorals which usually exist in both of them(but in low level)
  • throw it away!!!
  • When mold is evident, get rid of the feed/hay....DO NOT feed any even if it looks ok.
  • Occasionally will have mold - throw away the grain, and use the hay on the garden for mulch
  • End up using it as garden mulch as you never know what effects it can have on your horse!
  • sent it back
  • Hay loft took care of it 90%
  • Especially in hay - not much in grain - after moisture set in.
  • I always throw it away, but occasionally if I miss some in the hay the horses always leave it
  • Also in bite-size apple nugget cookies
  • When it shows up I throw the feed out.
  • Silo@boarding barn leaked; hay got rained on; I found both--not the barn mgr!!!
  • I dumped whatever looked suspicious.
  • All who feeds my horses knows to both smell and look for mold. Any mold the bale is chicken feed
  • hay is the worst & grain got refunded
  • It is very frustrating to find it. I always through the whole bale or bag out. Not taking chances!
  • boarders beware what your horses are being fed!!!
  • Hay mold during wet years, usually feed this to the cattle only. Moldy grain from feed store-storag
  • only some of the bales have had mold and those I won't feed to the horses
  • Thankfully not anymore since I changed hay and feed supplier!
  • Things can get damp & mold happens - toss out the bad stuff
  • I live in coastal NC, very humid, cannot leave bulk feed in barn-keep in house due to mold!
  • doesn't happen to often, but we usually throw all of it out
  • Small amounts in hay and grain, we throw away the whole bale or bay immediately
  • Just throw it out! Always cheaper than a sick horse.
  • saw it, smelt it, threw it out!
  • Who hasn't?....I check all feed before feeding my horses!
  • removed the offending feeds
  • Returned for credit
  • We open every bail of hay and shake it out
  • Throw it away! Not worth the vet bills afterwards.
  • This summer was bad for grain and hay because of the rain. We had to switch grains :-(
  • Feed or hay with mold is not fed to our horses. We throw away any bad of either.
  • I opened a bag and there it was! I took the bag back to the feed store and exchanged it,.
  • threw it away
  • Threw out the affected food.
  • The stable that I was boarding my horse had molded grain. When I discovered it I moved my horse
  • wet dusty hay, dispose of moldy
  • The man who baled our hay was fired!
  • I bought hay from 2 consecutive cuttings improperly bailed and within a week of storage, were moldy.
  • I have bought alfalfa/oat cubes that were molded and I have had tarps leak and get bales wet & moldy
  • a flake or so, just throw it into the manure or compost pile
  • 15 Bales of hay from a first time supplier. I took the hay back to the farmer.
  • received grain from the feed store moldy and hay from supplier moldy Thankfully both were replaced
  • often a problem in Ireland. used to soak the hay in water overnight, then to baled wilted silage
  • Primarily occurs in the bottom bales in a stack - we feed to the cows when discovered.
  • Very wet winter 2005/06, hard to keep hay dry; grain molds in AZ summer heat/humidity
  • The guy where I used to board had several bails last year that contained mold.
  • In TizWiz 12 many times, in hay during humid conditions. Threw all away.
  • returned grain to store, threw hay away
  • I check this routinely due to humidity can lead to some mold occasionally
  • Extremely rare with good storage... but disposal is a problem.
  • Being in the humid southeast, I do a quick check for mold in the feed and hay each time I feed.
  • My bottom bales on the stack get wet sometimes and have to be thorwn out
  • Live in Florida, need I say more?
  • I immediately throw away anything with mold as one of my horses becomes very ill when exposed to it.
  • THROW ALL OF IT OUT!
  • When you buy in bulk it is bound to happen. Check each flake you though, a second to do, and tons
  • it happens--just don't feed it--try to deal with reputable suppliers
  • I always watch for mold in hay. I once had feed mold while in my feed bin during VERY hot weather.
  • I live in Bermuda & climate is hot/humid. I always check & smell all grain & hay before feeding
  • Used it for bedding with straw on top.
  • BOUGHT HAY AND NOT NOTICING IT UNTIL THE BALE IS CUT.
  • throw it out
  • I got some hay from this farmer that I had never gotten hay from before, needless to say I will neve
  • I threw it out
  • throw it out!
  • high humidity in the area - hay stored in non-ventilated trailer DONT!
  • I did not feed it too them

About the Author

Erin Ryder

Erin Ryder is a former news editor of The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care. She owns a portly gray gelding named Duncan and dabbles in several equestrian disciplines, with an emphasis on dressage.

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