Eleanor Kellon, VMD

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Aging Gracefully

Horses are living longer than ever before. Learn what your equine senior citizen needs to enjoy his golden years.

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Is Alfalfa a Wise Choice?

It isn’t a “perfect” food, but alfalfa can be a good staple in the horse’s diet. There are a few caveats, but the key is balance.

In the fall, the organisms in your horse's digestive tract need time to adjust to the grass' increased amount of simple carbohydrates. Accustom him to fall pasture gradually, just as you would spring pasture. Photo by Betsy Lynch

Fall Horse Feeding

When making seasonal adjustments to your horse's diet, give his system time to adapt with these expert guidelines.

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Fall Horse Feeding

When making seasonal adjustments to your horse?s diet, give his system time to adapt with these expert guidelines. From The Trail Rider magazine.

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How to Detect Lameness in Horses

Lameness clues can be subtle, and it is important to detect these soon for a speedy recovery. Here are six ways to detect lameness in your horse. From The Trail Rider magazine.

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Slow Feed Hay: Make Hay Last Longer and Prevent Horse Boredom

When you slow feed hay, you are using a method of slowing down the rate with which your horse can eat his hay.

From Horse&Rider

Feed Goes Organic

If you want no pesticides or toxins and higher nutrients, it comes at a price. From Horse Journal