Feeding Garlic to Horses


Hi! My name is Casie Bazay. I'm a mom, a freelance writer, and a certified equine acupressure practitioner.

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  1. Brycie says:

    I tried feeding garlic last year to my horses – I did not notice a decrease in flies – the worst part was the way it changed their smell – I live for the horsie smell every am – not an Italian kitchen

  2. Michelle says:

    I fed garlic granules but did not see a noticeabke difference in flies? But I wonder if it might be a better deterrent for mosquitoes? I will definitely keep it in my herbal tool kit…especially in regards to being antibiotic. I do feel like I see a difference in flies now that I am feeding ACV with the mother. When the May face flies came on this last month the other horses in the neighborhood were way more covered then mine but who knows ..that might also be because I am very diligent about picking up poop and spreading it in a full sun drying area. ✌❤️

  3. Jürgen Grande says:

    The last eight years without break I fed garlic to several horses. The main reason is selenium shortage in our soils.
    I do it carefully, not more than two cloves a day. State of health is obviously not compromised.

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