Abundant in fresh pasture, this important antioxidant vitamin must generally be supplemented in Canada, especially during the winter months.
Found 12 Results from Madeline Boast, MSc. Equine Nutrition
You wouldn't buy a product from the feed store without a nutritional information label, so why do we gamble with hay?
Extreme weather impacting pasture and hay availability or various health issues can necessitate forage alternatives in a horse’s diet.
When temperatures drop, plant metabolism is impacted, causing them to store sugars, a risk to certain horses.
Horses who are naturally lean, or senior animals who struggle to keep weight on, can benefit from careful feeding and management.
What's the difference? A look at these popular equine dietary supplements intended to stabilize the microbiome.
It's a hot topic for horse owners right now who want a healthier diet for their horses ‒ but there are surprises about some 'grain-free' products.
A look at essential macrominerals and microminerals, deficiency symptoms, the accuracy of testing, and preventing imbalances.
A look at the impact that nutrition has on hoof health, as well as tips for feeding plans to provide protein, energy, vitamins and minerals.
Obesity is not just a problem with horses that do not get enough exercise; even performance animals can be overweight.
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