For most horses on most days, eating the way nature intended couldn’t be easier, but changing life circumstances and conditions often intervene to complicate matters. Now, Dr. Juliet Getty, author and consultant on equine nutrition, and strong advocate of feeding a horse like a horse, is available for small group consultations at a distance.
Horse clubs and groups of interested horsemen can gather anywhere to take advantage of Dr. Getty’s expertise: All they need is an appointment, a meeting place and a speakerphone.
Dr. Getty can address specific topics—to name a sampling: nutrition for broodmare or weanling, performance or aged horse; managing weight; addressing insulin resistance; overcoming allergies; reversing illness. Or she can offer a wide-open question and answer session. It’s up to the group to choose the structure and topic.
“Speakerphone Seminars” are 1.5 hours, and are priced reasonably for the group’s budget. Dr. Getty picks up any long-distance phone charges. Group size should be limited to 15-20, for best results.
Juliet Getty, Ph.D. has been teaching and consulting on horse nutrition for more than 20 years; her recent book, Feed Your Horse Like A Horse , is a comprehensive, science-based resource on equine nutrition. Dr. Getty is a popular speaker at expos and large events, club meetings, and now in distance-learning environments; she is also available for private consultations. Visit Dr. Getty’s website at www.gettyequinenutrition.com for helpful articles, online store and to opt-in to her monthly e-newsletter, which is packed with valuable insights for concerned horse owners.
To arrange for group sessions, set up private consultations or order books, contact Dr. Getty directly at (970) 884-7187 or firstname.lastname@example.org