Why are cold nights a problem?

We’re getting some lovely sunny mornings, but they are following some very cold nights, and that’s unfortunately the perfect recipe for Laminitis. Even if there hasn’t been a frost, it’s a good idea to feed extra hay in the field on days like this. ‘The Laminitis Site’ explain the reason why below. Don’t want feed hay on the ground? Eazigrazer enables to you to feed hay without the mess, as well as many other benefits!

“People often think that laminitic horses shouldn’t graze frosty grass until the sun has melted the frost, but that’s not exactly correct – they shouldn’t graze the grass until we’ve had a night time temperature above 6’C, or a return to overcast weather.”

Read the rest of the article here.



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