Horse farrier, John McGuire answers questions and shares experiences related to keeping horses' hooves healthy.
Used alone or together, The Haygain Way line of horse health equipment: Hay Steamers, The Forager Slow Feeder and ComfortStall, helps maintain happy, healthy horses whatever the weather.
Tate Morris, D.V.M, equine surgeon and emergency clinician at Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists, will present a multifaceted colic workup and share questions your vet will ask before treating your horse.
Genetic testing is available for many of these heritable equine muscular disorders which are common in athletic horses, and can be frustrating and even fatal.
Many people think that dumping or throwing yard clippings and trimmings over the fence will be a treat for the horse, but, unfortunately, they may endanger the horse's health.
Horses are more likely to suffer from laminitis in the fall than any other time of year.
Benefits of regular horse dental care include improved health, performance, a reduction in feed costs, and a reduction or elimination of annoying habits such as head tossing. resisting the bit, and rearing.
Year-round supplementation is necessary for horses consuming hay-based diets because once grass is cut, dried, and stored, most, if not all, of the essential fatty acids are oxidized and destroyed.
Equine Guelph's Tool of the Month covers most areas of better senior equine health with a senior horse challenge that highlights important information for all horse owners.
During hot summer and fall days horse owners should make sure that horses are protected from dehydration, flies, accidental injuries and infectious diseases.