Older equines are at a higher risk of developing and dying from colic; here's how to make sure their nutrition and management are optimal.
Is your barn ready for another wave of Covid-19 and possible shutdowns? Some things to consider in order to ensure the best situation for your horse.
There may be times when a horse cannot consume hay for a variety of reasons and still must be provided with ample fibre and nutrients.
Research from the University of Kentucky looks at loss of nutrients in rained-on hay, and how consuming blister beetles can be fatal to horses.
In this exclusive excerpt, magnetic, laser and ultrasound therapies are examined, and how each can benefit your horse's health and well-being.
The equine industry is awash with dietary supplements, but few are independently tested. Here’s a look at eight products that actually have been!
While a conscientious training program, adequate turnout and regular exercise can help keep a horse more steady, there are feeding strategies that can help.
Studies have found fatty acids from fish/flax oil can significantly increase muscle function in older adults, which can translate to your aging equine.
A combination of stress and nutrition can be to blame for the colonic ulceration that is estimated to occur in 65% of sport horses.
Some think of cannabis as a bit of harmless fun, but others consider it life-changing and often life-saving - and it could be the future of equine medicine.