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

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Sport Horse's Lameness Troubles Vanish With Healthier Gut

Photo: Wayne Jones Photography Very little is more discouraging than an unrideable horse due to lameness or a sudden deterioration in behavior. Except maybe when lameness exams, ultrasounds, X-rays, and other diagnostic efforts fail to […]

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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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Why SUCCEED Digestive Supplement for Horses is Expensive

It’s a review we hear often enough about SUCCEED: “I like what SUCCEED did for my horse, but it’s just too expensive.” If you are reading this, it’s probably because you’ve heard it too – […]

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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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