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Thumbs up Developing an annual wellness program with your veterinarian One of the best ways to keep your horse healthy is by partnering with your vet! Spring will be here soon, so work with your vet now to develop a wellness...
Feeling crabby from the cold weather? Don’t worry—your horse probably isn’t. While us lowly humans may be piling on the layers and dreaming of the beach (or at least better riding weather), our horses naturally have this seasonal shift...
Originally posted on December 5, 2017 Whether you’re facing mounds of snow, frigid wind and ice, or just some dark and desolate months ahead, your winter horsekeeping routine will need some adjustments. Let’s tackle some common cold-weather horse care myths...
Originally posted on December 30, 2016 As winter closes in around us, we have our warm winter clothing ready, hay in the barn, and the tractor and vehicles tuned up for the season. But what about our horses? True, we’re not...
Originally published on January 28, 2018 As temperatures plunge, feeding your horse presents a new set of challenges. Instead of grazing all day on nutritious green grass, he’ll probably be switching to a diet of hay. Many horses lose weight...
Originally posted on September 25, 2008 Winter is setting in, and while you may be tempted to wrap your horse in an overly toasty warm blanket and tuck him in to a heated barn for the cold season, avoid the...
Thumbs up Supporting digestion this winter The challenges of winter horsekeeping can wreak havoc on your horse’s hindgut. For digestive care and the peace of mind of ColiCare™, support your horse with one of our six ColiCare eligible supplements. Thumbs down Causing digestive...
Owning a horse is a big responsibility. You work hard to ensure your equine best friend is well cared-for. This includes doing everything possible to protect against disease. What can be done to prevent a disease that can’t always...
Horses grazing at sunset

Gut Reaction

The equine digestive system is an impressively complex labyrinth—about 100 feet long stem to stern—that plays no small part in your horse’s overall health. And while you may know your colic from your colitis, how well do you really...
Picture this: You’ve moved your horse to a new boarding stable. In your initial conversation with the barn manager, she tells you that all horses will be given a dose of antibiotics on the first of each month. That sounds...
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