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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...

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...

Pasture management and herbicide use

No environmentally conscious horse owner likes the idea of spraying a herbicide on their pastures. However, keeping your pastures free of weeds is an...

Sustainable land, healthy horse — Part 1

A sustainable approach to your lifestyle will not only benefit your horse but many other aspects of your life. Did you know you can use...

Heiro

Chronic sore feet? Laminitis? Elevated insulin levels? Easy keeper staying large on little food? Discover veterinarian-developed, farrier-approved HEIRO and get your horse back to...

Milk thistle for liver health

The benefits of milk thistle are well-proven for both horses and humans. Add some to your horse's daily ration for better liver health! It’s time...

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...

Pasture Planning – Beyond Grasses

With careful planning and management, incorporating trees in and around pasture areas can provide numerous aesthetic, environmental, and even equine health benefits. Shade Trees Shade is...

Building confidence naturally with pheromones

Help your horse face his fears and build confidence with pheromones. Horses are highly sensitive to their environment and surroundings. Because of this, fear is...

Hay Analysis

Why a hay analysis should form the basis for developing your horse’s nutrition program. Properly cured hay is unquestionably valuable if pasture is not available....