Did anyone else see this come across their Facebook page from Handy Hay Nets? I keep an amber 25W LED light on at night in the aisle. Wonder if I should really rethink that after reading this. It really only throws a very dim light, but enough you can see where stall walls are. "Did you know that: Horses don’t do well with night lights. They need complete darkness to produce equine growth hormone (EGH). Equine growth hormone helps maintain muscle, and bone mass promotes the healing of injuries and metabolizes fat cells and carbohydrates. A deficiency of equine growth hormone will also result in fatigue, depression, and sluggish brain function. So remember to turn off those barnyard lights at night."