How Bad Is It When Your Curing Hay Gets Rained On in the Field?
Well, it’s not great, but the changes in its quality depend on the amount and duration of the rain. So here’s what you need to know. Plus, if you’re feeding horses with laminitis, this could be just the ticket to keep them safe.
- Published: 6 years ago on June 22, 2015
- By: Krishona Martinson
- Last Modified: October 1, 2020 @ 12:16 pm
- Filed Under: Forage, Pasture Health
- Tagged With: Forage damage, Hay, Hay harvesting, Haying
About the author
Dr. Krishona Martinson has been with the University of Minnesota Extension since 2001 and is currently the Equine Extension Specialist in the Department of Animal Science. She holds a Ph.D. in Weed Science from the University of Minnesota and specializes in weed identification and control, poisonous plants and forage utilization and management for horse owners. Dr. Martinson also raises, breeds, and trains Foundation Quarter Horses.
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