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Horses & Mules
Establishing and Managing Irrigated Pasture for Horses
Horse owners can create a reliable, home-grown source of forage for their animals by setting up an irrigated pasture, but it can't be just anywhere. You need the right soil, the right drainage, the right forage crop and more. Find out what it takes!

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Livestock-Poisoning Plants of California
Horses, goats, sheep, and cattle can sicken or die if they eat from a poisonous plant. The best strategy is just to keep these plants out of reach. Here are photos, ID info, and poisoning symptoms for more than 30 hazardous ornamental and range plants.

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Managing Smutgrass in Irrigated Pastures
Small smutgrass is a grass that grows well in irrigated pastures but is not palatable to livestock. So what happens if it grows well and it doesn't get eaten? It takes over the pasture! Learn some simple control measures that will keep this weed in check

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