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Gastric Ulcers

Q.  What complementary medicine/modality do you recommend for gastric ulcers? A.  There are many possible treatments for gastric ulcers, however, it is important to try...

Slow Feed Nets

Slow feeding is quickly being accepted as a commonsense way to feed horses, as it comes closer to how nature intended. This healthier system...

Chia Cookies for Horses

Organic Chia Cookies 3 cups chia flour (ground chia seeds) 1 cup apple sauce or pumpkin pureé, or a combination 2 tablespoons brown rice...

Tea for Your Horse

There’s nothing like a warming cup of herbal tea during the winter. But have you considered that your horse might also enjoy warm tea...

Hoof Care Q&A #1: Spirulina, Kelp, and AFA

By Wayne Blevins Introducing our NEW hoof care Q&A with hoof care specialist Wayne Blevins from E3 Live FOR HORSES. Wayne will choose 1-2 questions to...

Cribbing: Ask a Vet!

Q. I am writing for Plantation Horse Rescue. We rescued a horse that has severe cribbing problems. The only way we have been able...

Muscles and Pain

Occasionally you’ll come across a horse whose pain just seems unexplainable. I’ve had caring owners come to me in frustration because their horses remain “off”...

Vol. 7 – Issue 5

10 A LEG TO STAND ON How hoof form affects your horse’s limb function and conformation. 14 FOOD FIGHT Understanding the whys behind food aggression will...

Vol. 6 – Issue 4

14 GET YOUR JUMP ON! Free jumping can be a fun and beneficial way to enhance your horse’s training and development. 18 FEEDING FOR...

Vol. 6 – Issue 3

14 NATURE’S REPELLENTS You don’t need chemicals to repel flies, fleas and mosquitoes. These five natural feed-through solutions are good for your horse and...