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Solutions: Insect & Weed Control

Can We Get Rid of These Pests Please?

There are many integrated management strategies for keeping the ‘bad guys’ at bay while encouraging ‘helpers,’ like violet-blue swallows, who can eat thousands of flies each per day. Learning about and encouraging the ‘good guys,’ knowing how to identify noxious and toxic weeds that can harm or kill livestock, and preventing the ‘bad guys’ from becoming entrenched on your property are essential components to land and horse health.

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Western Washington Poisonous Plants (PDF)

Western Washington Plants Known to be Poisonous to Horses

USDA-SCS, and excerpted from: Pasture Management for Horses and Ponies, Gillian McCarthy; and, Plants that Poison Livestock in Thurston County, Thurston County Noxious Weed Control Agency.

Tansy Ragwort is highly toxic to livestock and should be pulled using gloves and then bagged and disposed of in a landfill. Horses and livestock will generally eat around growing plants, however dried plants that have been mowed, pulled or sprayed can become palatable to them, causing death. Seeds are viable in the soil for decades; pull plants before they go to seed.