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31 May, 2017

Growing Good Feet Through Nutrition

There’s no such thing as a horse with perfect feet, but there are many horses that have good feet.  Defining what a good foot is helps us to understand what we are trying to achieve through the feeding and management of our horses and the way we care for and support their feet.  Many retired race horses have less than...

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08 Jul, 2016

Fish Oil for Horses: It’s not just for hair coat anymore!

The inclusion of fish oil in equine diets has been shown to provide the following benefits for horses: Improved hair and skin condition Increased rate of hoof growth Increased insulin sensitivity Reduced Exercise Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage Improve joint health Reduce inflammation associated with arthritis Improved immune function Improved inflammatory response Increased stamina in race horses Improved reproductive performance in broodmares...

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07 Jul, 2016

Useage And Problem Solving Guide

Notes on Feeding Supplements: Introducing a new supplement to your horse: Most horses that receive nutritional supplements do so to support or improve a basic physiological function. The fact that an individual horse is being fed a nutritional supplement usually implies that something related to the horse’s health and/or performance is less than desired. Such horses often display selective eating...

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07 Jul, 2016

Does Your Horse Need A Supplement And If So Which One

There are many nutritional and nutraceutical supplements available for horses today. Some supplements address basic nutritional needs while others address specific conditions that may affect your horse’s health or performance. An understanding of basic feeding management and nutritional principles is necessary to understand when your horse might benefit from a particular supplement. Therefore, the following discussion is going to be...

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07 Jul, 2016

Reading a Feed Tag (Part 2)

In Reading a Feed Tag (Part 1) we discussed basic items required on feed tags and their implications to feed quality and consistency. We also provided example calculations for taking information provided on a feed tag and converting it to actual daily nutrient intakes for your horse so you can compare those intakes with your horse’s nutrient requirements. In Part...

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