False dandelion in hay dangers
False dandelion has been associated with stringhalt in horses. This is shown to be the case ideologically but difficult to reproduce experimentally. It is likely that the plant in hay is just as toxic as standing in a pasture since the disease is more common in late summer, however, this also has not been proven. The only mitigation is pasture renovation or removal of horses from theo ffending hay/pasture.
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Again, there is little evidence to suggest that this occurs.