Good advice for treatment and protection against mud fever.
Autumn is here – with rain, wet folds and mud as part of everyday life. The words MUD FEVER makes most horse owners and riders wrinkle their noses. It is one of the most frustrating and unfortunately quite normal ailments we have to bother with in our horses. There is a lot we can do ourselves and take with us in our daily routines to avoid muk. If the damage has occurred, there is still a lot you can do yourself.