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Horses can thrive on a whole food diet. Read more

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Dr. Tom Schell of Nouvelle Veterinary Research, Inc., has been actively investigating options for therapy that impact the entire horse; focusing on systemic inflammation modulation, nutrition and corrective trimming with barefoot applications Read more

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 Read more

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When it comes to changing negative behaviors, many horse people try to suppress or control the symptoms. Flower essence remedies address the root cause of the problem, thus eliminating the horse’s need to behave negatively. Read 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. Read more

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Chia Plant is a small seed packed with big benefits Read more

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In many healing traditions, herbs are classified by their temperature, flavor and reaction in the body, classifications that are part of the energetics of an herb or food. When choosing herbs for your horses, it is important to keep in mind the plant Read more

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Canker is a fairly rare and mysterious infection that affects the frog, heel and underlying structures of the hoof. It is generally described as a degenerative dermatitis whereby the lamella becomes swollen, soft and spongy, resembling rotten caulif Read more

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Freezing temperatures and deep snow can be extremely problematic for horses with arthritic and mobility issues Read more

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Also known as rain scald, rain rot is a skin infection caused by Dermatophilus congolensis, bacteria that thrive in high-moisture conditions. Read more

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