Tennessee Trail Riders

A social network of avid trail riders and horse enthusiasts


We are strictly a community of horse owners/lovers (4,000 members)


Our horses are getting "slobbers" from the clover in one of the pastures. Anybody know how to treat the clover to get rid of the fungus or whatever it is that causes this?

Views: 24

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

I have read that the fungus on the clover caused the horse to drool but that it is not harmful to the horse. Sure is nasty though. Especially when you go to put the bit in their mouth and they slobber all over you. Other than mowing the clover I have not heard of a treatment for it.
Spray it with grazon and it will die. Co-op will do it for you..

I had one do that years ago, I didn't know for sure what caused it, but I give him some high magnesium salt and it went away.


Advertise on TTR Website:

Want to share your message with other Tennessee Trail Riders' ?

Call or text me at 615-202-9912

Direct Email Communications: $.15/contact

Cheers and happy trails!

© 2022   Created by Mike Murphy.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service