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Choosing the Best Supplements and Nutritional Mix for Your Horse

A?frustrated fellow horse owner said that choosing from among the thousands of feeds and supplements available was like trying to hit a distant balanced-ration bull?s eye with a shot gun ? you just keep shooting and hope something eventually hits. SHe's certainly not alone. We've all been guilty at some time or other of just firing away at our horse's feed tub without knowing if we were even facing in the right direction. As one of the worst offenders, I've been asked to share my story with the hope that you can learn from my feeding adventure. I started breeding horses in

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The All-Important Bed Check

Contributing Writer Beth Benard discusses the importance of checking the horses one last time before going to bed for the night. read more

Did You Know? Joint Supplements

A picture with information about joint product efficacy. read more

The Cribbing Controversy

Beth Benard

Call it what you want - cribbing, crib-biting or wind-sucking -we all know it when we see it or hear it. The horse latches onto a horizontal surface with his front teeth, arches his neck, and makes a grunting sound while pulling back. Afflicting an estimated 5 to 10% of horses, you're bound to see one sooner or later. read more

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