Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Health

Heart murmurs in horses

Understanding heart murmurs from both a conventional and TCVM perspective will help you make the best decisions for your horse’s health. Researchers estimate that anywhere...

Nutrition

Feeding senior horses

There's no shortage of senior horse feeds on the market, but does every horse eventually need one? And if so, when? Articles from the 1980s...

Does your horse’s pasture cover all his nutritional needs? 

If your horse’s diet consists primarily of forage, your pasture must meet all his nutritional requirements. Here’s how to ensure he’s getting what he...

Training

Incorporating energy work into your horse’s training sessions

Learn how the art of equine energy exchange can enhance the development of your horse’s skills and improve his well-being. Many people look for a...

Lifestyle

Ferrell Hollow Farm

Founded to provide a permanent sanctuary for animals in need, Ferrell Hollow Farm is making the world a better place for senior and special...

The ultimate guide to growing your horse’s mane and tail

Tips on taking her mane and tail from mediocre to marvelous! The sight of a shiny flowing mane and tail is sure to capture the...

Blog

Safe, effective herbal deworming for horses

Safe, effective herbal deworming for horses

A look at the life cycle of parasitic worms and why herbal deworming methods are an option worth pursuing. Knowledge is key to eliminating the need for chemical wormers. Due to the toxic nature of these products and the way they interact with parasites, they often don’t have the effect...
equine massage in new york — a look at the legalities

Equine massage in New York – a look at the legalities

Not a veterinarian? It’s against the law to offer equine massage in New York – even if you’re a certified equine massage therapist. When a Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist in New York was ordered to cease and desist her horse massage therapy business, the Government Justice Center (GJC) –...
Over $250,000 goes to rehabilitating retired racehorses

Over $250,000 goes to rehabilitating retired racehorses

The ASPCA recently granted $250,500 to 12 equine rescue groups to assist with their efforts to rehabilitate and retrain retired racehorses. Launched in 2010, the ASPCA Rescuing Racers Initiative has so far awarded over $2 million to rescues to prepare horses for new homes and second careers once their...