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slow feeding

The slow feeding movement has been quick to catch on, thanks to pioneers like Monique Warren. The concept of slow feeding has quickly moved from “out there” to commonplace over the last several years. And there’s really no question why – it makes sense for horses and guardians alike, from many standpoints. The question now …

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slow feeding

The slow feeding movement has gained great momentum over the past few years as more and more people (and horses!) discover its benefits. Feeding hay with a slow feeder causes your horse to have to take five to seven nibbles when he would normally grab one big bite of hay. This is great not only …

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pureform herbal blend

Get natural bute-free pain relief with this herbal blend. Many pharmaceutical medications for relieving pain and inflammation can be tough on your horse’s system. Natural alternatives, including the following herbs, can also target his pain and inflammation without the side effects. • Boswellia: Years of studies have shown that boswellic acids have an anti-inflammatory action …

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wheat fiber

Digestion involves extracting nutrients from a food base by breaking the food down into its component parts and absorbing them. But there’s one major nutrient source that no animal can break down – fiber. A few species of microbes can produce the enzymes needed to break fiber down into metabolisable units. This means herbivores have …

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Kineso equine, therapeutic tape for horses

Proven for human athletes, elastic therapeutic tape it’s now being developed for horses. The premise behind elastic therapeutic tape is based on a simple theory. If you can lift the skin away from the underlying muscle a little, fluid can move more freely beneath the skin. This helps keep down inflammation and support the surrounding …

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Balancing nutritional deficiencies can help improve her happiness and comfort. Your mare cannot help being cranky at times, especially if her body is not nutritionally balanced to suit her specific needs. Or, if she’s in physical pain and your veterinarian has diagnosed a hormonal imbalance, or something like Kissing Spine. In these cases, your mare …

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