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Enlist these powerful plant allies to fight anemia and create balance more »

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The type of oil you choose can have a significant impact on your horse’s health more »

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Arenus is proud to offer the equine community free nutritional consultation and guidance. more »

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Product name changes highlight their applications and usage. Zephyr’s Garden, a Uckele company, has renamed several of its topical herbal formulas. more »

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Step Ahead Farm and Training Center

In over 40 years of treating catastrophic wounds, I have never seen an infection occur under any solid bed of granulation tissue (new connective tissue) unless a piece of necrotic bone or a foreign object was present. more »

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Neuro Emotional Technique May Offer a Solution for Hard-to-Diagnose Maladies more »


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M Simonds

Exercises for Correcting Sacral & Hind End Weakness in your horse. more »

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Absorbine® is pleased to recognize top grooms with the $500 Groom’s Award Presented by Absorbine®, The major sponsorship will kick off at the 2016 Tryon International Center Spring Show Series, and carry through the Summer and Fall Show Series to more »

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Monique Craig

Thrush, a foul-smelling black pus, can sometimes be found in the horse's hoof. Monique Craig of the Epona Institute, writes on how to diagnose thrush, how to treat it and how to avoid it. more »

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Absorbine® kicks off major sponsorship at the 2016 Tryon International Equestrian Center Show Series more »

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Researchers from Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Germany, revealed that dietary quercetin supplementation may be useful in controlling inflammatory disorders in horses. more »

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Fall Grass

horse owners: understanding about the sugar and starch that lurk in your fall pasture growth. more »

Equine Wellness

Hops, the female flowers of the hop plant (Humulus lupulus), are best known for their role in the production of beer. The flowers add a bitter taste to the brew, and the natural antibacterial action of hops favors the activity of yeast. This antibact more »

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Joanna Robson

Normal movement of this joint is essential for normal back muscle balance and tension. more »

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