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Salt, chemically known as sodium chloride (NaCl) is fundamental to your horse’s well-being. Even horses who are not working require a daily supply. Read more

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Acetyl-L-carnitine is a metabolite of L-carnitine, derived from the amino acid L-lysine in a series of reactions which require cofactors of methionine, zinc, iron, vitamin C, niacin and vitamin B6. Read more

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Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that can cause a wide variety of symptoms, including joint aches, fatigue, facial palsy, neck stiffness, and possibly death. Read more

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It's a free of toxic chemicals, has NO known negative side effects, and can safely and effectively be used in conjunction with most other pest-prevention products. Read more

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Joint supplements are continuously evolving as we continue to learn more about the ways we can support cartilage, soft tissue, and normal inflammation,” said Casey Fleming Read more

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Dr. Harman has been weaving Chinese medicine, herbal medicine, homeopathy, chiropractic care and acupuncture together for nearly 30 years to create individualized treatment options for her clients. Read more

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Craniosacral

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CranioSacral Therapy to help with headaches in the horse and the rider. Read more

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Karen Tappenden

Researchers from Poland[i] set out to determine the effect of music played in the barn, on the emotional state of racehorses. Many horse owners have found that music has an apparent calming effect on fear, aggression, and overall stress. Read more

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Andrea Baldwin

Research on best practices of organic agriculture Read more

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Kristin Hungenberg

Keeping Your Horse Calm Naturally During Stall Rest Read more

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Camelina Oil

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The type of oil you choose can have a significant impact on your horse’s health Read more

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Horse in Field

Dr. Rhiannon Fenton

Have you ever wondered how your horse feels—emotionally? Read more

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Day 26

Step Ahead Farm and Training Center

In over 40 years of treating catastrophic wounds, I have never seen an infection occur under any solid bed of granulation tissue (new connective tissue) unless a piece of necrotic bone or a foreign object was present. Read more

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We went for several reasons, one of which was to train Nepali Acupuncture Society members in our community style of acupuncture, which includes a 5 point protocol for each ear to treat trauma and PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder). Read more

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EQUUS FILM FESTIVAL NYC ATTAINS RECORD NUMBERS OF SPONSORSHIPS, FILM SUBMISSIONS AND AWARDS CATEGORIES Read more

Your horse is ‘off,’ doesn’t perform like he used to, has unexplained lameness, is stiff or doesn’t want to pick up a lead. It may be time to involve an equine bodywork practitioner. How do you find the equine bodyworker who is right for your horse? Read more

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