Mud fever can cause irritation and stress in horses and although it can occur at any time mud fever affects horses mostly during winter and spring. Mud fever usually affects the lower leg of the horse but may also cause problems with the upper leg, neck and belly area of horses where sores and irrittation can begin which can lead to scabs forming in these areas it is often called rain scald. It is extremely common in the winter months due to the length of time horses have been in wet and muddy conditions. We have a great range of products to treat, clean, protect, soothe and aid mud fever and rain scald in horses including creams and other remedies. Ideally though having good hardstanding and trying to prevent your horse from standing in damp unsuitable conditions will prevent and expedite any remedies you undertake. You can get more information on preventatives and treatment from our blog article on mud fever in horses

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