Can horses eat hay with sage in it?

Horses should not be fed sage as it can cause Sage Poisoning. Sage Poisoning causes incoordination, circling, and falling down when excited. They will have a normal temperature, appetite, and respiratory rate.
It takes about two weeks for the symptoms to disappear and one of the best ways to diagnose sage poisoning is to smell the horses breath and manure, if they smell like sage then it is likely sage poisoning.
Horses should not be fed sage as it can cause Sage Poisoning. Sage Poisoning causes incoordination, circling, and falling down when excited. They will have a normal temperature, appetite, and respiratory rate.
It takes about two weeks for the symptoms to disappear and one of the best ways to diagnose sage poisoning is to smell the horses breath and manure, if they smell like sage then it is likely sage poisoning.