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Hay is for Horses, or Forage First

There’s a reason the flippant phrase, “hay is for horses!” has found its way into popular conversation, even among non-horsey folk. Sure, it’s a funny way to tease someone who overuses the expression “hey” — […]

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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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Pasture Management Tips for Healthy Pastures & Horses

The country of New Zealand is tiny — about the size of the state of Oregon. Yet this small country has a reputation for producing some of the finest grass-fed beef and lamb. How does […]

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Weed Control for Healthy Horse Pastures

You might only spend time thinking about your pastures when it’s springtime and you’re watching green grass come up, or when it’s August and your fields look a bit brown. But successful pasture management is […]

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Myth: Certain Types of Feeds Make Horses Hot

For decades the idea has circulated in barns that certain types of feed are responsible for making horses “hot.” Sometimes corn gets the blame, or oats, or molasses, or alfalfa, or any feed that is […]

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