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Ingredients to look for when choosing fly control products Read more

Educational

From horse-keeping to hoof care, vaccines to worming, Part II in the series of Simple Yet Healthy Horse-keeping is the completion of my horse stewardship that has made having horses far more affordable. Read more

Equine Wellness 2 Comments

Some horse owners have claimed that they don't test or deworm during the colder, winter months because it isn't necessary Read more

Equine Wellness

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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Compost Bin

Clay Nelson

One reason horses make great compost is the simple fact that they are quite prodigious at generating the needed starting ingredient. Read more

In the Field

silver is embedded – entwined so to speak -- into fiber, those healthy, antimicrobial benefits are there for the life of the garment. Read more

Homeopathic approach to treat Headshaking Syndrome Read more

Therapy 1 Comments

Zephyr's Garden

Zephyr's Garden

Don't let summer itches drive your horse crazy! Read more

Fossil Shell Flour (DE) diatoms do not pass through the gut the same way they enter into the gut. Read more

Equine Wellness

Bald spots, tails with mohawks, and assorted lumps and bumps ... all of these symptoms can be signs of an itchy horse. Read more

Equine Wellness 2 Comments

Using pennies in a plastic bag to keep flies away. Read more

Equine Wellness

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ask Holistic Horse

Pigeon fever, while not necessarily life-threatening, is highly contagious. Once introduced into the environment, the hardy bacterium that causes it is difficult to eliminate, resulting in unpredictable future outbreaks. Read more

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