There are six nutrients in a horse’s diet: carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals, and water. Each of those is considered essential, yet water is king of the hill.
Can alfalfa and soy-based ingredients cause dermatitis and cellulitis?
A recent study supports glucosamine for promoting and maintaining joint health.
One study attempts to clarify the role of lysine, an essential amino acid, in the diets of growing horses.
Feeding by weight according to the manufacturer’s suggestions will help provide horses with optimal nutrition. Break out a scale and weigh your horse’s meals. You might be surprised how much you’re actually feeding!
Is beardless wheat hay acceptable for horses?
While nutritional supplements improve the health status of countless horses, equine nutritionists suggest that some horse rations look like too much of a good thing.
Some horse owners like to feed corn straight from the field, either on the cob or shucked. Did you know these four facts about straight corn?
A full measure of patience comes in handy when looking for ways to best nourish skinny horses. Tick off this to-do list to make sure you’re doing everything you can from a nutritional perspective.
Reed sedge peat moss is a natural product that is composed of partially decomposed moss and other plant vegetation that accumulates in damp areas called bogs, mires, moors, or peats.
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