Perseverance, along with changes to minimize stress, will yield results and turn your underweight horse into a healthy, more energetic athlete.
Join Dr. Christine Skelly for a free webinar to learn more about what to expect in an aging horse and how to keep your senior equine partner healthy and happy.
A horse is a fermentation vat on four legs with an attitude,” said Dr. Bill Vandergrift, Ph.D., at the start of the Triple Crown Nutrition Lunch and Learn.
Which should be fed first – hay or grain? Read Dr. Getty's post for the answer plus great information.
Reading a hay analysis report or puzzling over the ingredients in feed or supplements can be a chore.
The best advice is to ask your vet what your senior horse really needs when it comes to vaccines.
Worm count specialists at Westgate Labs are offering a free advice service to help yard managers and horse owners ensure they've got this essential aspect of horse health covered.
Dr. Skelly will monitor the online discussion groups and lead a weekly video-conference meeting about the important role that the horse's anatomy, physiology and behavior play in developing equine diets.
Spring allergies tend to strike horses as soon as the weather begins to warm.
Dr. Gill will discuss ways to combat digestive dysfunction in horses and how therapeutic nutrition provides the horse with raw materials it needs to prevent gastrointestinal disorders and disease.