Horses at maintenance or in light work may not need any supplemental thiamine, but horses in heavier work schedules or under stress could benefit from supplementation.
It is smart to know a few basics of haymaking and hay storage, so that you are confident you are not playing with fire when providing hay for your horses.
Flies cause horses great discomfort during summer time, and Horseware is dedicated to keeping horses cool, protected from UV rays and free from flies.
Hock Shields are a preferred choice in healing protection for equines with difficult-to-bandage wounds or recurrent sores by veterinarians, trainers and industry-respected peers.
The overhang provides shelter for the horses from rain showers, bad weather and the baking rays of the sun.
AAEP estimates that over 700,000 horses will colic this year in the United States.
Good nutrition, exercise, sunlight and high-quality supplements can make a world of difference for your horse's skin health.
Neogen has launched a safe and easy solution to keep humans and animals out of harm's way from threats posed by mosquitoes.
From April through October, horses often develop a skin condition called sweet itch caused by tiny biting Culicoides gnats or midges
Learn how to prepare yourself for this season's pest control problems when it comes to keeping your horses healthy and comfortable.