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

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Myth: Horses Don’t Need Hay at Night Because They Sleep

Humans are a pretty predictable bunch; unless you live in someplace like Iceland or Alaska, most of us sleep when the sun goes down, and get up to work or play when the sun is […]

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Myth: Don’t Feed Horses Before Riding

This barn-aisle debate, whether or not to allow horses to eat before riding, rages on, often with little consensus. Perhaps you’ve been told not to feed a horse within 30 minutes to an hour before […]

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Myth: My Horse Isn’t Stressed

We’ve all seen horses that we would label easily “stressed out.” We see them sweating when it’s not hot or they haven’t exerted themselves, behaving aggressively, or jigging and whirling around their handlers. Sometimes we […]

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Myth: We Can't Prevent Colic in Horses

Colic is the digestive ailment probably most universally recognized by horse people, young and old. Simply defined as “abdominal pain,” colic is a general term for a host of GI conditions, some of which can […]

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Monday Myth: Horses Need to be Fed at the Same Time Every Day

If you’re a horse owner, there’s no other time you feel more loved by your equine than when you show up five minutes before feeding time. Poke your head through the barn door at this […]

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Myth: Horses Require Higher Quality Hay Than Cattle

Horse owners are known for being picky about hay selection, and we literally end up paying the price for higher quality hay than our livestock-raising neighbors. The idea that our more delicate horses “need higher […]

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