No Shortcut for Diagnosing Equine Gastric Ulcers

A clear diagnosis of equine ulcers can only be achieved if the horse undergoes endoscopic examination, which involves having the veterinarian pass a long flexible tube with a camera in the tip into the stomach to directly visualize and assess the defects. Continue reading…


MicroSteed, KER’s free ration evaluation wizard, helps to ensure your horse is getting the most from its diet. Try it today!


Improving Horse Hooves: Four Tips

Horse owners can implement a few management strategies to keep hooves in tip-top shape. Continue reading…


Feeding Barren and Early-Pregnant, Nonlactating Mares

Barren and early-pregnant, nonlactating mares have the same nutrient requirements as mature horses at maintenance. Continue reading…

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