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Horses love sugar cubes, but did you know you can make your own? These sweet DIY horse sugar cubes are sure to brighten any dreary winter day. You can take them to the barn to share with your horse,...
There are many reasons for a horse to have some time off, such as resting up after a strenuous competition season or the realities of life getting in the way. Injuries can also sideline a horse for months at...
Just like you, your horse needs a balanced diet for good overall health. But your horse’s feed needs are quite a bit different than yours. Here are a handful of rules to feed a horse by to help you...
Most horse owners must purchase hay every year—a process that can be somewhat frustrating as it puts you in search of hay year after year. While some horse owners may be fortunate enough to find a reliable hay provider,...
CBD for Horses

CBD for Horses

Earlier this year, Olympian Steffen Peters become a spokesperson for Trove CBD, a brand of hemp-based cannabidiol products with targeted lines for humans, dogs, cats, and horses. Peters' advocacy for CBD in general, and Trove in particular, is rooted...
Many areas of the U.S. have already experienced the first effects of winter, including Kentucky. A University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment specialist said that was a good reminder that many horse owners will soon be...
Next time you clean out a pumpkin for a pumpkin pie or to make a jack-o'-lantern, don't throw anything out. Most horses enjoy pumpkin. It's both a healthful treat and safe—even for horses with equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) and...
The term “hard keeper” refers to horses who struggle to maintain enough fat cover and/or healthy muscle tone. These horses can benefit from extra care and support year-round, but winter can be an especially challenging season for them. While...
Just as many humans start to sneeze in the fall, horses can also be affected by seasonal allergies and also equine asthma. Sometimes this is apparent by coughing, but other times, according to Laurent Couëtil, professor of Large Animal...
Your horse’s gastrointestinal (GI) tract has a number of critical roles to play, including breaking down food, absorbing nutrients, and housing a large portion of your horse’s immune system. Unfortunately, many common elements of modern horsekeeping like training, travel,...
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