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Red maple trees Acer rubrum are beautiful trees that grow extensively throughout eastern North America. However, horse owners should be aware these trees can pose a serious risk to horses. Ingestion of wilted or dried maples leaves can cause damage to red blood cells and potentially death in horses (and possibly camelids such as alpacas and llamas). The red maple tree is

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