A study published in the Journal of Veterinary Behavior has shown there may be a link between selenium deficiency and the cribbing behaviour in horses.
This article highlights what a horse's hoof rings can mean, and also goes into detail to explain the basics of hoof growth and what factors can impact it.
Whether it is a joint, metabolic, respiratory, or other type of supplements, consider the following to find the product that best suits your horse’s needs.
The shape and condition of a horse's teeth change as it ages. Because of this, older horses may have dental problems not usually seen in younger equines.
Tying-up in horses was associated with selenium deficiency in the past, but selenium does not seem to be a major factor in cases of tying-up today.
A "roarer" is a horse that makes a whistling or rasping noise as it inhales while exercising, this article will explore the reasoning behind the noise.
In some humans with celiac disease, sensitivity to gluten causes a host of physical problems such as inflammation, gas, bloating, and diarrhea.