How do I feed my injured event horse that's now on stall rest?
Is my mature Warmblood mare receiving proper nutrition? Can I cure an OCD lesion in this mare through nutrition?
Hoof quality is dependent on balanced nutrition, and the correct building blocks are needed in the horse’s diet to ensure healthy hoof growth.
A common nutritional problem encountered in easy-keeping drafts is undersupplementation of key nutrients in their diets. If they are on a low-grain or forage-only diet, they are likely receiving inadequate quantities of vitamins, minerals, and possibly protein.
Horse owners know to be cautious when allowing horses access to lush green pasture in the spring. But that tired-looking autumn grass can be just as dangerous for some animals at risk of laminitis.
New research has shown that the most effective way to supplement horses with vitamin K is in the form of K3, or menadione.
Researchers investigated the intra-articular production of a potent inflammatory compound following 90 days of oral supplementation with two different types of omega-3 fatty acids.
A horse bingeing on grain is always a cause for concern, but with a plan and veterinary assistance, horse owners can help to keep ill effects of equine overeating to a minimum.
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Prevent equine motor neuron disease through a proper balanced diet with less confinement and greater exposure to green pasture.
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