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Juliet M. Getty, PHD

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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Fall Grass

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

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Turmeric, an Asian spice, has an impressive resume of reducing inflammation, relieving pain, protecting against brain degenerative diseases, and suppressing insulin resistance. more

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If you have recently adopted a rescue horse, let me first commend you for your actions. Saving a horse that is in desperate need of care and nursing him back to health can be one of the most gratifying experiences a horse owner can have. more

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Horse eating hay

Holistic Horse Inc.

Many horses rely entirely on hay for their forage needs. Is hay nutritious? Not very. Hay is dead grass; it no longer contains many of the vitamins, omega 3s and omega 6s it once had as living pasture. more

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Soybean meal is the most commonly added protein source in horse feeds. However, increasing numbers of horse owners are shying away from feeding it, most commonly because of allergic reactions. more

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Black oil sunflower seeds (BOSS) are a popular addition to the horse’s diet. They are highly nutritious, offering protein, vitamins, and minerals and are especially high in magnesium (100 mg per ounce). more

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Horse eating hay

Holistic Horse Inc.

How to help an over weight horse stop eating so much more

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Scoops provide volume – they measure quarts or liters more

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What supplements to use for your horses prior to traveling them. more

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Holistic Horse Inc.

Horses are more likely to suffer from laminitis in the fall than any other time of year. Two reasons – high NSC (non-structural carbohydrates) from cooler nighttime temperatures and increased blood ACTH more

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Shari Frederick ask Holistic Horse

Vitamin C prevents oxidative damage to your horse’s tissues and organs. In other words, it is an antioxidant. As horses gets up in years, they are less able to manufacture vitamin C. more

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