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Prevention of enteroliths in horses more

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Feeding for proper muscle growth and function in the horse more

Educational

Nutrition advice for equines in the fall months more

Equine Wellness

It is easy to understand how feeding misconceptions can occur. Here are three not-co-commonly held myths. more

Equine Wellness

Horse eating hay

Holistic Horse Inc.

Most people are misinformed about protein in the equine diet, but it's important to get this key nutrient right. more

Purina Animal Nutrition explains how to choose the best quality hay. more

In The News

I hear this all the time from regular visitors, clinic participants and followers "your horses are NEVER sick, what's your secret?" Dare I tempt fate with a statement like this? more

Equine Wellness

To maintain digestive health, keep equine care as natural as possible and incorporate natural remedies during seasonal shifts more

Equine Wellness

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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Scoops provide volume – they measure quarts or liters more

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The feeder who suggested that you should grain the horse and then ride it is mistaken: It is not good for horses to be given grain before a workout of any kind. Don't give your horse grain just before you ride more

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