Frigid winter weather can be particularly hard on older horses. In this article from the January 2010 issue of EQUUS, David Trachtenberg, DVM, owner of Ledgewood Veterinary Equine Clinic in Ontario, New York, recommends focusing on the two areas of winter management that can have the biggest influence on the health of older horses---feeding and blanketing---to keep them healthy and comfortable throughout the season. | MORE
When making seasonal adjustments to your horse’s diet, give his system time to adapt with these expert guidelines. | MORE
Then we better save the land where it grows.
Follow these guidelines to ensure that your horse gets enough sodium for optimal health. | MORE
Consider these smart (and inexpensive) touches for an organized, accessible feed room. | MORE
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Learn how to decode the labels on your horse's feed and make sure your horse is receiving the nutrition he needs. | MORE
When I’m asked about what to feed a roping horse, or for that matter roping steers, my answer is a somewhat vague, “Well, it depends.” I think there | MORE
Protect your horse from choke by making a few simple changes in your management. | MORE