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    Wendy

    This happens to mine.. had his feet carefully trimmed now crippled.. he's so fine and doesn't carry any weight - such a worry 😪

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    Kirsty

    My horse developed stress laminitis at a yard that was particularly rich, I took the equi biome faecal test, provided the right ingredients to help her gut and moved her to another place and she now grazes freely (used to be muzzled) on a stable, field routine.

    If she goes footy it's normally because the balance is out of sync in her gut because she has consumed a large quantity of grass so I keep her on short grazing.

    Hope this makes sense!

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    Gemma

    Any damage to the laminae would make it weaker to inflammation however it’s caused ... the same the other way... if you horse has low grade inflammation it’s more susceptible to being pushed over the edge by stress/ mechanical or concussive inflammation.

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    Abbie

    My mare got stress lami while being stabled last year in feb didn't have a blade of grass. She was out on grass in may and wasnt till oct she got lami again 🙈 x

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