When temperatures drop, plant metabolism is impacted, causing them to store sugars, a risk to certain horses.
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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.
Omega-3 rich oils are useful in equine diets for their anti-inflammatory properties as well as their caloric value as a good energy source.
Protein deficiency can cause weight or muscle loss and poor hoof and hair growth; an excess can lead to dehydration and fatigue.