This is my third year at my current boarding facility and my third year of slobbers for my horse.
My research shows this is caused by a mold on the leaves of clover that grows in the pasture. The owner replanted the pastures once in the three years in an attempt to improve the situation. I think the clover is up this year worse then the previous two. I imagine the horses were put back on the newly seeded area too quickly after planting the new pasture seed.
Does anyone have any suggestions of what can be done? I understand the slobbers are not harmful as long as the horses get plenty of water so they don't get dehydrated. But, you can tell they do not feel good when it's affecting them and they are slobbering all over and have gobs of drool coming out of their mouth most the day.. They just act sluggish.
Anyone have any ideas to help?