Nope mine are totally Mud fever free
and slopping around in mud
I know that Beach is allergic to Alfalfa as we went to course where Beach was given a breakfast with Aflalfa in it. When I arrived later that morning I took one look at him and it was visible to see that the white fur was on his face it has swollen up slightly. It was the same on his legs.
When I went in to the stable and saw the bucket he had left most of the Alfalfa but I figured the swelling was just from what he had taken in whilst trying to eat the other bits that where in there.... thankfully he is not a great fan of alfalfa anyway! He was so grumpy that day as well, all figetty and just not him.
I then was really worried he would end up with a major mud fever as his skin was so sore. I called the vet and we put him on bute for a couple of days and his skin settled down and thankfully this one incident didn't trigger a bad skin episode. Though he does have really bad scuffy skin at the moment so I am watching him like a hawk but by now he would normally have it. I have upped his Linseed to help the skin which is making a difference thankfully. I think ensuring they have nice oily skin helps keep the bactria at bay.
Sorry that your neds now have mud fever for the first time
What have you put them on instead of Alfalfa?