Find out about the dangers of ragwort and how best to get the poisonous plant under control
While many plants can be poisonous if eaten to excess, there are some poisonous plants that horses should avoid at all costs
Ragwort, the common weed that plagues our paddocks, is high on the agenda of concerns for horse owners. But how should you manage it?
The mares, both of which had foals at foot, were seized by the RSPCA on veterinary grounds in 2014
A mare in foal with severe ragwort poisoning and her yearling have been taken in by the Essex Horse and Pony Protection Society
The RSPCA is appealing for information after rescuing the photosensitive mare
Are there more dangers lurking in pasture and hay than we realise? Peter Green MRCVS reviews the latest in veterinary research
Greater control regulations and resposibility aided by ragwort action groups could be the ingredients for controlling the poisonous weed
Online survey hosted by the BHS urges horse owners to have their say in the fight against the poisonous weed
Find out about the toxic plants you need to keep an eye out for this spring
A man has been banned from keeping horses for 10 years after his mare was put down after suffering from ragwort poisoning
A traveller has been convicted after two ponies died from ragwort poisoning
This year's wet weather has helped ragwort thrive. But why are so many landowners guilty of letting the toxic weed proliferate?
The BHS is encouraging horse owners to take part in this year's ragwort survey, after last year's showed Hampshire had the worst ragwort problem
Freezing temperature followed by spring weather have caused ragwort to start to sprout early
The Welsh Assembly Government has unveiled a new code of practice to prevent and control the spread of ragwort
H&H is inviting readers to take direct action to help highlight ragwort infestations in their local area by adding them to our nationwide map
In recognition of the British Horse Society's Ragwort Awareness Week, H&H is inviting readers to register their local ragwort infestations on our nationwide map
Horse owners are being reminded keep a close eye out for the toxic plant ragwort as part of Ragwort Awareness Week, which runs this week (12-18 July).
The BHS is hoping to create a picture of the problem the noxious weed presents to horse welfare with a survey