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.
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.
Feeding small meals many times per day provides horses with a slow and constant intake of feed, which is how their digestive tract has naturally evolved.
A foal is reliant on the mare for its nutritional needs for up to 17 months during pregnancy and while nursing, so its dam's diet is crucial.
We are constantly reminded that ‘organic’ is better - but is it always? We look at a few common myths and pitfalls to avoid when feeding your horse.
Find out which vitamins horses require to maintain optimal health. Learn what they do, which feeds contain them and how to feed them.
If the forage or grain produced in your area is extremely low in selenium, an essential trace mineral, you may need to supplement your horse’s diet.
How to prevent equine ulcers – a debilitating condition, which affects more than half of the competition horses that set foot in the show ring.