How many of these commonly heard statements do you believe? Find out which feeding beliefs have a grain of truth to them and which are myths.
Forages are the edible stems and leaves of non-woody plants that make up a significant portion of the horse’s diet, learn more in this article.
There are a number of reasons why a horse might not be able to consume forages such as hay or pasture, this article highlights alternative choices.
If a horse is an easy keeper – how do you know the horse is getting all the nutrients required from their feed and are not plump for other reasons?
If you feed cereal grains rather than commercially-prepared feeds, you should be very careful to fortify your horse's diet with a vitamin/mineral source.
Endurance rides are usually considered low intensity work - the horse mostly walks and trots, perhaps with short periods of cantering.
Antioxidants protect cells from damage caused by free radicals, which are produced by many chemical reactions in the body,particularly during exercise.
Most people are likely aware that electrolytes help stave off dehydration. But, do you know how they work, or how to make sure your horse is getting enough?
Hay is the staple of many horses' diets, particularly when pasture is not available due to season or housing limitations. Learn more about the choices.
Colic is a term used to describe digestive upset which can be caused by several conditions associated with the gastrointestinal tract.
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