Appetite Stimulation for Horses

It’s nearly impossible to force a horse to eat if he doesn’t want to, but there are some things that can be done to help stimulate the appetite of the more discriminating eater. Continue reading…


KER’s free downloadable five-page guide covers horse care basics: pasture, shelter, feed, water, vaccinations, grooming, and other health and management concerns. Download now.


Protecting Horses from Equine Herpesvirus-1, EHM

When exposed to equine herpesvirus-1, some horses suffer abortions or a neurological condition called equine herpesvirus-associated myeloencephalopathy. Due to the devastating consequences associated with EHM, researchers are focusing on how exactly the virus harms the central nervous system. Continue reading…


Dandelions: Acceptable for Horses?

Dandelions crop up just about everywhere – on lawns, in pastures, even in gardens. Is it OK for your horse to consume them? Continue reading…

Bits & Pieces


EPM and Horses: 9 Fast Facts

Cool-Season Grasses and Fructans in Horse Diets

Diet Changes for Overweight, Reactive Horse
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