My colt is 4 months old right now, we got him at 3 months old. PSSM hasn't effected him to bad as of yet but we have had to keep him on a strict diet to hopefully keep him from being one of those horses that ties up to bad. It's been hard though since he can't have really any treats and the poor guy loves apples and carrots. It hasn't affected us so very bad yet and we hope it won't however we can't ever get our hopes up to high yet.

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