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Will magnesium help calm my nervous Arabian mare?
What causes manure-eating in adult horses?
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How can I change my mare’s diet so that she’s less reactive?
What can I do to address the dual problems of excitability and thinness in my pony jumper?
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How can I modify my horse's diet to make him calmer under saddle?
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Could soaking rice bran cause a neurological problem in my horses?
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