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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Health

Support your horse this autumn with acupressure

Shifting how you care for your horse from season to season is important. Here’s how to support your herd during autumn months. Every horse knows...

Nutrition

Nutritional support for injured equines

Is your horse injured? Here’s how to support her with nutrition throughout the recovery process. When a horse is injured or otherwise ill, her daily...

Top tips on feeding picky horses

Does your horse often leave feed in his bucket? Do you struggle to keep him at a healthy weight? Here’s how to deal with...

Training

Easing equine anxiety for better performance

It’s the day of the show, and your horse is on his worst behavior. Could anxiety be the culprit? Let’s take a look at...

Lifestyle

Choosing the right bedding for your horse

Let’s take a look at some bedding options that can help improve comfort and sleep patterns in your horses. The advantages of being educated on...

A few things to expect when grieving the loss of your...

Saying goodbye to a beloved animal is no small feat. Let’s take a look at what you might experience as you move through grief...

Blog

Learn how to massage your horse

Learn how to massage your horse

Like you, your horse can benefit from a massage. Learn to identify the signs your horse needs massage therapy plus how you can provide it! Many horse owners realize the benefits of bodywork for their horse. Horses will often become sore after riding and training similar to human athletes. Just...
A holistic approach to equine nutrition

A holistic approach to equine nutrition

Learn about the foundation of equine nutrition, what food components are ideal for meals, and a holistic approach to your horse's diet. Knowing what food is ideal for your horse is an extremely important component of horse care. There are many different commercial feeds, supplements and feeding plans out there...

Colic solutions for your horse

Even though colic is a common concern for horse owners, it is usually unpredictable and unpreventable. Horses are naturally prone to colic, but the good news is over 80% of cases are treatable on the farm. Signs your horse may have colic: Biting or kicking their flank or belly Frequently...