Ellen Haight

An average healthy horse consumes approximately 10 gallons of water each day. Pound-for-pound, that’s nearly four times the amount of food required on a daily basis for optimal health. more

Equine Wellness

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When it comes to discussing the “shoes vs. barefoot” aspect of horse care, avid proponents of each approach eagerly tell you that their way is the best way more

Equine Wellness

Insufficient water intake by our horses can result in maladies ranging from minor fatigue and muscle aches to severe colic and even death. more

In the Field

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