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


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A good topline is an indication of excellent muscle tone and suppleness, and allows the horse to move well and be at his maximum athleticism, as well as creating a better appearance more

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Never be complacent about gas colic in the horse because it can lead to complications such as displacement or twisting of the large colon. more

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

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

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horse owners: understanding about the sugar and starch that lurk in your fall pasture growth. more

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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

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If you have recently adopted a rescue horse, let me first commend you for your actions. Saving a horse that is in desperate need of care and nursing him back to health can be one of the most gratifying experiences a horse owner can have. more

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Scoops provide volume – they measure quarts or liters more

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Horses are more likely to suffer from laminitis in the fall than any other time of year. Two reasons – high NSC (non-structural carbohydrates) from cooler nighttime temperatures and increased blood ACTH more

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A slow feeder system provides constant foraging, reducing stress and allowing the intestinal bacteria to remain balanced, therefore reducing the likelihood of colic or loose stools. more

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Horses vary in their metabolic rate, just as people do. Some horses have trouble keeping weight on and others, well ... they just look at a carrot and gain weight! more

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Everything you feed your horse comes with a label, an ingredient list, or a feed tag of some sort. The only thing that doesn't is your hay or pasture, and you can readily find out what's in that by having it analyzed. more

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With many parts of the country experiencing extreme and unusual weather this spring, now’s a good time to talk about the best types of horse feed and supplements to help horses cope with this kind of unexpected weather. more

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