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Hay and possible bugs

Karen Tappenden

Dr. Getty’s February Tip: Which should be fed first – hay or grain? more

In the Field

stacked hay

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Dr. Getty's Tip on hay and its nutrition value more

Equine Wellness

Different methods for storing and curing hay can influence its appropriateness for horses. more

Educational

Sifting Hay

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“Without analyzing hay, you are just guessing at your horse’s nutritional needs,” more

In the Field

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

In The News

stacked hay

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While your hay may be delivered in perfect condition, how you take care of your hay loft may determine the condition it's in when it reaches your horses' mouths.--Hay Loft Brought to You by Eastern Hay more

Equine Wellness

fodder

Farmtek

The onset of high grain and forage prices and pastures plagued by droughts and other unpredictable weather patterns has many farmers looking to find economical, sustainable alternatives to traditional feeds. more

Equine Wellness 3 Comments

I know you can't help with my hay problem directly, but I hope you can give me some of your wise advice. I'm not out of hay YET but I'm very worried about running low. more

Equine Wellness

Hoary Alyssum, the poisonous plant that kills horses. more

Therapy

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