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26 minutes ago, daveindales said:

Apparently,its very toxic to horses

Used as a shade tree here in paddocks, plenty of horses in the fields with walnuts, never heard of them being poisoned.

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2 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Used as a shade tree here in paddocks, plenty of horses in the fields with walnuts, never heard of them being poisoned.

I think its Sycamore keys that's not good for horses .

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There's an English walnut at the yard, juglans regia, never a walnut left on the ground, as soon as they drop, gone!

reckon it would take a massive intake of laburnum, juglone, laurel etc to make an impact on health.

would like to be proved wrong 🙂

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10 hours ago, richardwale said:

There's an English walnut at the yard, juglans regia, never a walnut left on the ground, as soon as they drop, gone!

reckon it would take a massive intake of laburnum, juglone, laurel etc to make an impact on health.

would like to be proved wrong 🙂

Crows take the wall nuts near me .

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