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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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SmartPak offers helpful tips and products to keep you and your horse cool this summer more »

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In-depth discussions of the equine digestive tract invariably mention pH, especially in reference to the stomach and hindgut. What is pH and how does it factor in the well-being of horses? more »

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Methods can influence its appropriateness for horses. more »

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Feeding new hay to your horses, what to look for... more »

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An unnecessary option or a potential health boost for your horse? more »

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The naugural University of Kentucky Equine Nutrition Short Course will be held on May 14. The event is for horse owners interested in understanding how nutrition can affect their horses’ health and longevity. more »

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Alfalfa can be an excellent addition to most horses’ diets, even for those who are insulin resistant (IR). 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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A veterinarian’s observation for allergies more »

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A holistic approach to protecting horses from sun-damaged skin more »

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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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Seven years ago I sat down and really studied the label of one of the feeds I was using. And I was shocked. My first reaction was: where’s the food? The contents were mostly food by-products plus chemically sourced vitamins, and inorganic minerals. more »

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During fall and winter the risk of colic in the horse is particularly high. more »

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Horses can thrive on a whole food diet. more »

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The concept of slow feeding employs a continuous feeding method that allows your horse to constantly forage, thereby stimulating his digestive system and his mind more »

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Overseeding your pasture saves the soil from the harmful effects of over-plowing! more »

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Turnout is exercise. Horses on 24-hour turnout walk an average of 3-5 miles a day. Exercise helps build muscle and increases circulation to the feet. Interaction with other horses increases play time – a positive mental aspect. more »

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