Nourishing Thin Broodmares for Foaling and Lactation

Most broodmares should be maintained in moderate to moderately fleshy body condition throughout gestation. Achieving weight gain in late pregnancy is difficult for some skinny mares because so many of the calories consumed are being diverted to fetal growth. Continue reading…


Nutritional Management of Metabolic Diseases covers the most common metabolic problems diagnosed in horses and ponies. Download it here!


Measuring Arthritic Inflammation in Equine Joints

According to a group of researchers, haptoglobin may be just the metric horse owners and veterinarians need to track joint inflammation in horses. Continue reading…


Keep Concentrate Meals Small for Horses

One tenet of horse feeding that bears repeating over and over relates to concentrates; simply put, keep meal size small. The reasoning rests on the understanding of stomach size and rate of feed passage through the small intestine. Continue reading…

Bits & Pieces


How Is Natural-Source Vitamin E Superior to Synthetic Vitamin E for Horses?

Cribbing in Young Horses: Possible Digestive Discomfort

Just Say No to Poor-Quality Equine Supplements
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