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Feed enough hay at night to make certain there is some left over in the morning. If your horse runs out of hay and you wake to find him kicking and pawing, he is hungry. Read more

Equine Wellness

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Kim Baker

Modern feeding practices have increased the risk of colic in our horses. Here’s why. Read more

Equine Wellness

Dear HH: Many thanks for the info on papaya (my new best friend). My story goes like this: One of my horses colicked in November. We had a 60 degree day followed by a 30 degree big wind evening. My horse was down the next morning. We couldn't save hi Read more

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Horses that suffer with laminitis need special care when feeding Read more

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iridologists use them as the avenue into the body. Applied to human health analysis for centuries, iridology is now being used as a tool to support equine health. Read more

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Holistic Horse

Feed your horse according to his personality type? Yes! Most people think of food only in terms of its nutritional value, which many consider to be the same for every horse. Read more

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Your horse’s mental state affects his entire body, making a holistic perspective all the more important when it comes to feeding Read more

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Some horses do not show any overt signs of having them, while others show signs, but do not have ulcers. Read more

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Holistic Horse Inc

we cover numerous products for the various situations you might encounter during the season. You probably won't need all of these remedies and supplements, but this might serve as a "just in case" reference guide to keep on hand as you go down the r Read more

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Is there a safe way to deworm a horse? Read more

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