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Natural dust control for horse caretakers

Dust control is an important part of maintaining the cleanliness of your barn, arenas and round pens – and the health of you and...

Ammonia in your barn — what you need to know

Ammonia is the second leading cause of severe respiratoy disease in horses. Here's how to prevent it from affecting your own equine companions —...

Can latex exposure cause equine asthma?

Researchers have discovered that exposure to latex could be detrimental to a horse’s respiratory health, and may play a role in some cases of...

How Haygain is helping horses breathe easier

Inflammatory Airway Diseases (IAD) has become a common problem in horses. Haygain is working tirelessly to learn more about this disease, and provide a...

Steamed hay helps competition horses thrive

Margie Engle and Steve Engle, DVM, added steamed hay to their success story amid a growing concern for equine respiratory health – and the...

Healthy lungs, healthy horse

Keeping your horse's lungs healthy can be simply achieved with small changes to your barn cleaning methods and feeding practices. The quality of air your horse breathes, and...

Chinese Medicine and the equine tongue

Your horse’s tongue can tell you more about his health and well-being than you may think! Have you ever really looked at your horse’s tongue?...

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...

4 solutions for a dusty arena

Have a dusty arena? Here’s a look at some solutions – the good and the bad. For decades, barn owners simply watered their indoor arena...

Keeping arena dust down

Dusty footing can be bad for you and your horse, but some control options are better than others. Learn how to choose the right...