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Vets with Horsepower, Sponsored by SUCCEED, Bike for a Cause

Twelve veterinarians with motorbikes. 2,700 miles and 10 European countries in 16 days. Eight educational talks for up to 600 vets. Two charities reaping the benefits. That about sums up the fourth annual Vets with […]

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Monday Myth #36: Horses Get Adequate Fiber from 2 Flakes of Hay Twice a Day

Many horse owners have a daily routine that looks something like this: Feed one scoop of grain and two flakes of hay at 6 am. Ride at 8. Turn out from 2-4 pm (if it’s […]

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Eitan Beth-Halachmy Tip: Digestive Health is a Lifestyle


“We absolutely love what SUCCEED did for Santa Fe and we believe whole-heartedly in the product, but the real answer is to understand what causes digestive issues. If people understand what causes problems, then maybe […]

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Nutrition for Horses Pt. 5: Adjusting Your Horse's Feeding Program

Understanding the Horse Factors, Diet Factors, and Feeding Factors that impact a horse’s unique nutritional needs is essential to developing a feed program that results in a healthy horse capable of performing at its best. In […]

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Monday Myth #33: Horses Will Seek Out Specific Minerals if They’re Deficient

Look into just about any stall or pasture and you might find a reddish-brown mineral block sitting on the ground or mounted onto a wall. These mineral blocks are generally provided as free-choice options, but […]

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Nutrition for Horses Pt. 4: How Your Horse’s Feeding Schedule and Environment Affects His Nutrition

Part 4: Feeding Factors examines the role a horse’s feeding schedule and environment has on his nutrition. This series was adapted from a model introduced by the American College of Veterinary Nutrition. Subscribe to the […]

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