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ulcers


headshaking syndrom

Equine Headshaking Syndrome can be extremely painful and debilitating. Here are some things you should know, and how to help your horse. All horses shake their heads from time to …

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digestive health

How herbs can ease these 4 common digestive health challenges. A healthy digestive system is a big part of your horse’s overall well being. Good equine digestion relies on him being outside, …

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travelling with your horse

Travelling to competitions and clinics can be stressful. Help your equine feel at home, even when he’s not! Travelling to a different environment can be stressful for even the most …

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floating teeth

Horses in the wild may never need their teeth floated, but yours does. Here’s why! Why should you have your horse’s teeth floated? He has teeth that grow and wear …

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slow feeding

Slow feeding isn’t just for easy keepers. More and more people are looking into slow feeding as a way to offer their horses forage. But there’s a tendency to think …

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mushrooms for horses

Feeding mushrooms to your horse can have numerous benefits. “What do you mean I should feed my horse mushrooms? Horses don’t eat mushrooms! I don’t need her to see more …

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laminitic

Recognizing the signs that your horse is in the early stages of a laminitic attack can mean all the difference to his future health and soundness. You’ve heard the saying …

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essential fatty acids

iFEED technology mimics the natural grazing habits of your horse. Horses are grazing animals and their stomachs are designed to handle a slow feed intake. Over time, we have adapted their …

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warming herbs

Here are the top four warming herbs you can offer him this winter. During the cooler months of fall, we begin preparations to ensure our horses will be properly cared …

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hydroponic farming

Hydroponic farming gives your horse 24/7 access to healthy green forage. You want your horse to be as healthy as possible. Equine nutrition is an essential part of that. The …

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