When grown, cured, and baled with care, alfalfa (lucerne) hay proves appropriate for many classes of horses. Management situations arise, however, that preclude the use of alfalfa for certain horses.
Over the past several months, my riding horse has become lethargic. On top of this, he has had problems with ulcers and itchiness. Can you help?
While systemic inflammation can be caused by a number of factors, diet has been identified as one of the most important contributors to inflammation and ultimately disease.
My mare, who is currently on lay-up, needs to lose some weight before she heads off to the broodmare band. Can you offer some tips?
Would I.R. Pellet be appropriate for my overweight Miniature Horse gelding?
Some horse owners snub first-cutting hay for horses, regardless of whether it is grass or legume. Why, you ask? Reasons abound.
What is flax jelly, and is it good for my horse's coat?
A researcher at the University of Kentucky has developed a new tall fescue variety that is nontoxic to mares and hardier than its predecessors.
My yearling's diet contains corn, oats, brome hay, and mid-bloom alfalfa hay. Should his diet change?
Can you tell me more about calcium, magnesium, and selenium supplementation for a long-distance endurance horse?
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