Poor Appetite: Look Closer at Your Horse's Digestive Tract

Horses lose their appetite for a variety of reasons. One lesser-known cause is gastrointestinal discomfort emanating from gastric ulcers and hindgut acidosis. Continue reading…

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Chewing Problems in Horses: Consider TMJ Issues

Abnormalities within the oral cavity, such as dental malocclusions characterized by misaligned teeth, may cause abnormal forces to be placed on the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), triggering inflammation and degeneration. Continue reading…

Tips to Protect Horses From Tick-Borne Diseases

Not all ticks are capable of transmitting Lyme disease to you or your horses. But why wait and see if those tick-ing time bombs are the “right” kind? Consider these four methods of protecting your horse against tick-borne diseases. Continue reading…

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Manure-Eating in Adult Horses
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