Why Should You Feed Garlic to Your Horse?

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The main reason why garlic is fed to horses is that it has anti-inflammatory properties, and helps reduce swelling caused by injuries. It is also said to help cleanse the blood and acts as a fly repellent as well. The deterrence of stomach parasites of tapeworms is also another benefit of garlic to horses, although it should not be fed to them in large amounts.
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