The best way to get a sample, and hay analysis, is to get a hay core sample. This allows for the collection of hay from the inside of the hay bale.
Find out about how to boost the calories in your horse’s diet to help put on weight by adding oil to his feed, and the other benefits oil can have.
In this article, experts at the Ontario Veterinary College look for better ways to diagnose gastrointestinal tract problems in horses.
In this article equine nutritionist, Shannon Pratt-Phillips, Ph.D., provides feeding advice for horses with Equine Metabolic Syndrome.
Why is your horse licking the hitching post, and your hands, and jacket? Is she missing something in her diet, or is she just an odd-ball?
Providing a balanced diet for your horse during the winter has its challenges. In this article, the experts from Kentucky Performance Products offer advice.
This article explains how amino acids work in a horse's body, and how you can ensure that your horse is getting the protein he needs.
In this article learn which vitamins are required in your horse’s diet, which are not, and how to ensure your horse is getting the right amount.
In this article find out what Health Canada is doing to ensure that natural health products for animals are safe and effective.
Older horses are typically considered “senior” or “geriatric,” and may have age-related changes that warrant some feeding modifications.
The choice between grass hay and legume hay depends on your horse and his needs. This article highlights the benefits of both and which one you should pick.
Obesity and overweight horses are becoming increasingly common, with some studies reporting that more than 50 per cent of horses today are overweight.
In this article, we will look at the different types of fat found in the equine diet, paying attention to fatty acids, which animals cannot synthesize.
There are times when feeding good quality hay is not practical or possible. In these situations, alternatives like hay cubes or haylage may be considered.
It is, however, advisable to work with a qualified equine nutritionist to ensure your horse’s diet meets his nutrient requirements throughout his life.