Overfeeding grain to weanlings can put them on the track to
You can determine whether your horse is too fat, too thin, or just right using these weight guidelines from Dane Frazier, DVM, a past president of the American Endurance Ride Conference. | MORE
Whole-grain breads are healthier for humans to eat, so why not go "whole grain" for your horses, too? Of course, we mean feeding plain, whole grains like oats | MORE
Overweight horses, just like overweight people, are jeopardizing their overall health. Horses with weight problems can become more susceptible to injury, laminitis, breathing difficulties, and hormonal problem. Your | MORE
Of the hundreds of toxic plants in North America, only a handful are likely to bring serious harm to horses. Here are the most poisonous ones to watch out for. | MORE
If your horse is at high risk for laminitis, you'll want to learn about an increasingly prevalent plant sugar called fructan. Plus, discover pasture management tips to slow down your horse's fructan intake.
I recently purchased a four-year-old Thoroughbred off the track who has been out of work for the past six months. He was always fed pellets, but I'd like | MORE
Arthritis used to be a common reason for horses being euthanized, even in their early teens. Arthritis is a degeneration of joint tissues, making it painful for the | MORE
You've tried to solve your horse's digestive or weight problem
with limited success. Should you feed digestive enzymes?
Your horse will love this winter treat, a top groom's recipe for a flaxseed mash that simmers all day in a slow cooker and warms him from the inside out. | MORE