SUCCEED® Blog:

Where #SeriousHorsePeople come to better understand digestive health in horses and its impact and management.

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Myth: Second Cutting Hay is the Best Quality for Horses

Tired of paying more for second cutting hay than your livestock neighbors pay for supposedly “lower quality” hay from first or third cuttings? Then we have good news for you. It is a myth that […]

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Myth: Horses Need Blankets in Winter

It seems so cozy – a slighly fuzzy horse tucked into a nice clean stall with a warm blanket, a pile of hay, and a heated water bucket as winter cold and snow descend outside […]

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Myth: I Can Duplicate SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program

There’s a myth out there, perpetuated among some horse owners and forum regulars, that SUCCEED can be duplicated in the kitchen inexpensively in bulk  using off-the-shelf ingredients. Proponents suggest that it’s possible to read the […]

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Monday Myth: Feed Horses Corn Oil for Weight and Shine

Horse owners have widely different approaches to what goes in our horse’s feed. Oats, pellets, chaff, grain and sweet feed have been popular at various times, but nearly all horse owners agree on one ingredient: […]

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Myth: Beet Pulp is High in Sugar & Shouldn't Be Fed to Horses

If you’re driving through Minnesota, Michigan or North Dakota in late September or October, you might notice harvesters working hard to get that year’s supply of sugar beets into trucks and on the way to […]

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Monday Myth #46: Senior Horses Are Skinny

We’ve all seen swaybacked, rough-coated horses with bony top lines and hints of ribs showing despite plenty of feed. Open that horse’s mouth and chances are you’ll find it’s a senior citizen. And there’s no […]

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