So, a certain person is convinced that alfalfa won't cause laminitis in horses... and I have always been told that it can in high quantities with horses who are susceptible to laminitis. Do you think yes or no for laminitis risks? Why? Do you have examples of horses who got laminitis when placed on STRAIGHT alfalfa hay? What of the content in alfalfa would be causing the laminitis? Higher NSC content? High Protein? Starch? Etc. It's a very muddled topic, so let's finally clarify it a bit!