True weeping willows are not toxic to horses, but other varieties may be.
There are many plants that are toxic to horses, too many to post here. For a good list of plants that are toxic (bad) for horses, visit the ASPCA website. Click the Animal Poison Control link and then go to the Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants. Click horses and you will be provided with a good listing of plants that are not good for horsers. Plus you can click on non-toxic and find what plants can be safely planted around areas where horses are being kept.
Caffeine is uncontrollably more toxic to animals including dos, horses, and parrots.
There is a tiny bit of cyanide in the seeds of horse. They are technically toxic to horses, but only if the horse eats enough of them to raise the level or cyanide in their body to toxic levels.
No,it can be toxic.
Yes Tulips are toxic to horses and should be avoided.
Yes they are, They are members of the Nightshade family and are toxic to horses.
It is unclear whether or not Ixora plants are toxic to horses. In cases like these it is best to avoid letting horses have contact with the plants until it is fully determined to be toxic or not.
According th the ASPCA, Mulberry trees are non-toxic to horses.
Macadamia and walnuts. The rest aren't recommended for dogs but aren't toxic like those.
Yes it is toxic.
Known as the Irish Strawberry Tree it is moderately toxic to goats and toxic to most other animal species.
Cape Marigold also called African Daisy ( Dimorphotheca Pluvialis) is listed as non-toxic to horses. Other types of Marigold however, such as the Marsh Marigold are toxic and need to be kept away from horses and other animals.
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No they are not safe, Potatoes are toxic to horses and shouldn't be fed to them.
African Daisies are listed as non-toxic to horses. If you are at all concerned about them remove them from where the horses could gain access to them.
Horses can eat celery and it's actually a good treat for them. but broccoli is toxic to horses and should never be fed to them.
Cherry Laurel's are extremely toxic to horses, the leaves can cause cyanide poisoning.
Eaten long term or in large amounts wild onions (and garlic) can cause anemia in horses.
No, but too much of them can cause colic.
No they cannot it is toxic to them and should be avoided.
No, it is toxic to any animal.