Why is alfalfa good for horses? It may benefit metabolic health, menopause symptoms, and antioxidant status, but more human studies are needed.
Horses that benefit from eating alfalfa.
The age, size, breed, and overall health of an animal can play a role in how susceptible they are to cantharidin.
Annual soil testing is needed to determine lime and fertilizer needs for the stand in the upcoming growing season and to allow for the timely application of nutrients.
Adequate levels of boron B and molybdenum Mo are essential for nodule formation for biological nitrogen N fixation.
Alfalfa hay can cause diarrhea in a horse that overeats it because the hay is rich and full of nutrients.