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Diagnosing and Managing Enteritis in Horses

Introduction to Enteritis in Horses Enteritis is the inflammation of the small intestine. While most commonly associated with bacterial infection, Enteritis often involves both non-infectious and infectious diseases. (Page et al., 2014.) Enteritis is of […]

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Help Your Performance Horse Adjust To Life On The Road

Your performance horse can’t succeed in the competition arena without a strong foundation of good health and nutrition. Yet, many owners struggle to balance the demanding travel schedules of equine athletes with their horse’s mental […]

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Common Hindgut Problems in Horses

The Importance of a Healthy Hindgut Extensive research and modern treatments have emphasized equine gastric ulcers in recent years. But in reality, a horse’s stomach makes up less than 10% of the equine digestive tract’s […]

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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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Why This Vet Says There’s Nothing Better for the Equine Hindgut

The original post “Why This Vet Says There’s Nothing Better Than SUCCEED For Managing the Equine Hindgut” has been removed from the SUCCEED Blog. We were informed by the Royal Veterinary College that they have […]

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Study Shows Feed Broodmares Forage Continuously for Increased Fertility

It’s no secret that healthy, successful pregnancies start with healthy mares, so chances are, you already have a good routine in place for keeping your mare in top shape leading up to the breeding season. […]

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