Water is one of the six essential nutrients required by horses for health and well-being. Should horse owners rely upon pasture and natural sources of water found on the property to properly hydrate horses?
Recent research shows that a liquid vitamin E supplement may be more beneficial than a powdered formulation.
My old mare has some food sensitivities that make nourishing her difficult. Can you help me with a weight-gain ration for her?
Am I feeding my gelding enough protein?
When it comes to overweight horses and hay, horse owners know too much is not helpful, but how much is too little?
Can I feed corn and cob mix to my horses?
Scores of horses will gorge themselves on that long-awaited lush, green pasture of springtime. There are several steps owners can take to avoid pasture-associated laminitis in the spring.
Dandelions crop up just about everywhere – on lawns, in pastures, even in gardens. Is it OK for your horse to consume them?
Refeeding extremely thin horses can be challenging for even the most well-meaning caretakers. One refeeding schedule was proposed by university researchers and has been used for many years.
Most ponies are metabolic marvels, capable of transforming mere handfuls of forage and feed into well-fleshed physiques. The problem with ponies: ensuring optimal nutrient delivery without risking obesity or laminitis.
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