Do your rail fences look like they've got fancy scalloped edges? Are the trees in your pasture slowly dying because the bark has been stripped off? Or, do you come out to find wood chips along the edges of your horse's stall? Could you have a bad case of four-legged termites? Actually, you've got a horse that has developed the habit of wood chewing. Horses chew would for a number of different reasons, and they're a bit different from the habit of cribbing. Learn about the different causes of wood chewing, how it can affect your horse and what you can do about it. Read Learn Why Horses Chew Wood and How to Solve The Problem to help solve your ' four-legged termite' problems.
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