Electrolytes Vital for Performance Horses

The two most common questions about electrolyte supplements include what type of product is best and how much electrolyte should be fed. Continue reading…

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Assessing Dehydration in Horses

Over two-thirds of a horse’s body is comprised of water. How do we know if a horse is actually dehydrated? Continue reading…

Selenium Status in Horses

Too much selenium causes alkali disease, or seleniosis, while too little may cause muscle problems or white muscle disease. But how do you know where your horse stands on the selenium front? Continue reading…

Bits & Pieces

'Tis the Season: Choosing Hay for Horses

Peat Moss as a Horse Feed Ingredient

Body Condition and Young Horses
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