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Diet Changes for the Senior Horse

As horses age, they may need some special considerations and diet changes to help them maintain optimal health. At the time they erupt, a horse’s...

Winter lung health

For most horses, winter means more time confined to the stall or indoor arena. Unfortunately, protection from the weather can come at the expense...

Maximizing the Benefits of Research for Growth and Development of...

When it comes to breeding the importance of sound management and health practices play a key role in building a solid foundation toward a...

Healthy mare, healthy foal

It should come as no surprise that a healthy mare has a better chance of maintaining condition throughout her pregnancy, avoiding complications, and producing...

Understanding Insulin Resistance

With so much concern over equine metabolic disorders, people are scrambling to cut down on sugar in their horses’ diets. But do sugars actually...

Feeding For Allergies

Pollen, bugs, mold...they’re everywhere. A little nutrition knowledge can go a long way to lessening your horse’s allergies. This time of year is especially challenging...

Understanding Your Hay Analysis

So you took steps to get your hay crop analyzed. That’s good. But what do the results mean for your horse? Your horse’s hay should...

How to please your picky horse

In order to maintain good body condition in the picky horse, well organized and sometimes “artistic” feeding management becomes crucial. Horses that compete in various...

Body condition and proper feeding

Body condition scoring is a wonderful management tool. It's easy to learn, and a subjective way to determine the best feeding program for your...

Equine Nutrition: Understanding Labels

Nowadays, marketing strategies can make any supplement or feed seem like the next miracle product. Going by all the claims out there, we should...