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Horse Care

The earliest horses were tiny woodland creatures, the size of a housecat or small dog. They had a springy back and (usually) four toes in the front and three toes in the back. Over millions of years, as the...
  It didn’t look like very much equipment, I thought, as I watched the representative from the company unpack the few boxes that had arrived. A large centrifuge was parked on the counter and a small container of cartridges sat...

Lyme Time

When I was recently in Massachusetts walking in the woods with my friend and her dog, a constant refrain I heard was, “Stay on the path! Do not venture into the grass or the woods.” The reason: ticks.  Perhaps you’ve...
Picture this: It’s hay season in your area—almost time for the first cutting. The grass is already knee-high, the days are long and dry, and farmers are prepping their machines for the work ahead. All of this is good...
Thumbs up: Supporting a brilliant shine from the inside Nothing is more fun than having a spa day and giving your horse a bath, but too much bathing with shampoo can strip the natural oils away from your horse’s coat and...
There’s no need to tote everything but the kitchen sink to the show ring with you. Professional grooming expert Liv Gude’s ringside essentials will fit into a small bucket: Hoof pick with brush. Hoof polish/oil for touch-ups. Elastic bands...
You’ve put in countless hours of training and practice. Your horse is fit and ready. Now he needs to look like a star! Before we dive in to grooming, keep in mind that proper nutrition is the foundation for...
Any horse can colic, even if they are otherwise healthy and receive good care. Modifying a horse's diet, or feeding a diet that has too much starch or insufficient fiber, can increase a horse's colic risk. Leaky gut...
Straight grains such as corn, oats and barley or sweet feed can contribute to the development of colic. Many bagged concentrates have high-fiber ingredients to be more gentle on digestive tracts. Too Much Starch If too much starch is fed in...
Travel and competition are stressful events for horses. Leaving home and changing daily routines can add a variety of colic-producing conditions: If your horse is used to being on pasture, a sudden change to dry hay can throw his...
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