Sunday, September 15, 2019
Nutraceuticals and the aging horse

Nutraceuticals and the aging horse

While we can’t prevent aging, you can help support your elderly horse through the senior years with these natural strategies. Horses, like people are living...
supplement with oils

Supplementing with oils

A closer look at the effects of feeding oils to horses. Horse diets have always contained small amounts of oil. But plenty of research and...
Should you invest in a grazing muzzle?

Should you invest in a grazing muzzle?

If your horse is an easy keeper, he may benefit from a grazing muzzle while on pasture. When your vet, farrier or best friend looks...
Coconut meal for horses

Coconut meal for horses

When it comes to feeds for horses, coconut meal is probably one of the last things you’d think of. But this “cool” new feed is...
Does your horse need grain?

Does your horse need grain?

We seem to automatically assume that all horses have to eat grain. Let’s look at what your horse really needs to stay healthy! Many people...
rose hips

Rose hips

Roses belong to the same family as the apple and crabapple, so it is no coincidence that rose hips look like tiny apples. Rose...
Your horse's hay

Your horse’s hay

Assessing hay types and how they fit his needs. Hay is a major part of a horse’s feed intake. This means particular attention needs to be...
Holiday treat recipe

Holiday treat recipe

The festive season doesn’t have to be about overindulgence – here is a recipe your horses will love, and it’s good for them, too!...
holistic q and a

Holistic Veterinary Q&A

Talking with holistic veterinarian Dr. Hannah Mueller. Dr. Hannah Mueller is a 2004 graduate of Oregon State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. She strives to provide...
meadowsweet

Meadowsweet

Meadowsweet is a mild yet effective anti-inflammatory herb. It has been used for several centuries to treat body aches and pains, including arthritis and...