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Re: RC: Fescue
Fescue grass CAN contain and hold a mold that CAN cause mares to NOT produce
milk. I also understand that it can cause problems BEFORE the foal is born. If
you can plant Kentucky Bluegrass WITHOUT fescue, you will be better off.
What part of the country do you live in? Have you tried questioning your local
SCS office for information and recommendations?
Claudia Provin wrote:
> I am needing to replant some of my pasture. I have been reading about this
> new fescue seed that is allegedly safe for pregnant mares. Have any of you
> had any first-hand experience with it? If so, for how long have you been
> grazing it and what have the results been? Have you had pregnant mares on
> it? If so, for how long and at what time during their gestation? Were
> there any problems with foaling or passing placenta?
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