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Hay Analysis

Experts recommend hay analysis for determining the sugar content of your horse’s ration. But what does it really mean? Find out here. | MORE


Manage spring grazing to minimize laminitis risk

Here are some precautions to take when introducing your horse to lush spring pastures. | MORE


Control Calorie Intake of Pasture-Kept Horses

Even a horse on pasture can become obese. Here | MORE


Flexible Feeding Schedule

Variations in your horse's feeding times won't hurt his health. In fact, in some cases it might be beneficial. | MORE


Feed Your Horse a Balanced Diet

Determining whether your horse is getting the right nutrients doesn’t need to be complicated. | MORE


Safely Change Your Horses Feeds & Forage

When making seasonal adjustments to your horse’s diet, you’ll need to give his digestive tract time to adapt. | MORE


Putting Weight on Your Horse for Winter

A skinny horse won't do well in winter weather. Here's how to add weight to your horse before the temperatures drop. | MORE


Hay Substitutes

Explore these strategies for stretching or supplementing your hay supply. | MORE


Hay Shortage

Texas’ epic 2011 drought left horse owners desperate to find hay. See what strategies three horse people used to get through it, then use their experience to be sure your horse will never be without “green gold.” | MORE


The Safest Hay for Laminitis-Prone Horses

An equine nutritionist offers advice on the best hay to feed a horse who is at risk of developing laminitis. | MORE

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