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Feeding horses on stall rest

A horse’s diet during stall rest contributes in a big way to her recovery process. Gaining a better understanding of her nutritional needs will...

Improve your horse’s digestion and GI motility, naturally

Looking for a natural way to improve your horse’s digestion? Acupressure is a great way to achieve optimal movement and balance in his GI...

Ration balancers and your horse

A breakdown of what ration balancers are, how they work, and why they’re a smart way to supplement your horse’s diet. Ration balancers (also known...

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...

Feeding horses according to TCM temperament type

Your horse’s temperament as defined by Five Element theory could be the key to determining his dietary needs. Have you ever wondered why your favorite...

Slow feeding solutions

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...

Nutrition and temperament type

Do you know your horse's temperament type? Knowing this can help you better understand his nutritional needs. Throughout the year, we have covered each of...

Selenium: facts and myths

We are often cautioned about feeding our horses too much selenium, but we rarely hear about the benefits of this essential trace mineral. Here’s...

Feeding for hormonal balance

What and how you feed your horse can either increase or decrease his stress levels, and affect his hormonal balance. What exactly does "metabolism" mean?...

Digesting 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...