Protective Trim

Protective trim

Horses often use their teeth to chew on the barn (this is called pica), and protective trim helps to prevent damage.  However, I have also seen horses destroy this trim leaving very sharp edges exposed to cut the horse.  Maintenance is important.  So is changing the diet (see nutrition).

Barn damage from horse behavior
Cribbing and unusual addictive horse behavior

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