Equine nutritionist, Shannon Pratt-Phillips, explains that soaking can leach nutrients from hay, but in other cases it may be helpful.
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Equine nutritionist, Shannon Pratt-Phillips, Ph.D., offers advice on choosing healthy and convenient treats to use as food rewards.
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 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?
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.
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.