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.
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.
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.
Everyone knows ponies are “special” in their own right, but they also require some special nutrition guidelines, this article highlights those guidelines.
In this article equine nutritionist Shannon Pratt-Phillips, PhD., discusses the relationship between diet and the development of laminitis.
In this article learn all about what Cushing’s Disease is and also learn about how to manage the diet of a horse with Cushing’s Disease.
Depending on where you have your hay analysis done, your result form may look a little different, but they should all contain the same basic information.
Your horse has gone through colic surgery, but what should the diet consist of while it recovers? This article explores what you should be feeding.