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

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Show Season Health: Feeding Your Horse on the Road

In Pt. 1 of our Show Season Health series, we talked about the effects of travel-induced stress on your horse’s health, and discussed how to keep your horse healthy and happy during transport through well-established […]

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Strategies for Horse Weight Gain. Pt 3 in Combating Winter Weight Loss Series.

If you’re the lucky owner of a winter-weight champion, the nose-to-tail weight evaluation in Part 2 (evaluating your horse’s body condition) of our series may have yielded little more than bonus time with your horse […]

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5 Ways to Assess Horse's Body Weight. How to Tell if Horse is Losing Weight.

In Part 1: Why Horses Lose Weight During the Winter, we looked at some common reasons for wintertime weight loss in horses. But how do you know if your horse is dropping weight? And what […]

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Reasons for Horses Winter Weight Loss. Equine Winter Weight Loss Pt 1.

Ah, winter. Hitting the gym and losing weight to get in shape before summer are top on many people’s to-do lists, but you might notice your horse slimming down this time of year, too. Sympathy […]

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Feeding Chaff to Horses is for Increased Chewing Time and Healthier Digestion

One of our favorite tips for improving your feed program is to mix chaff with your horse’s grain. This simple step can help support your horse’s digestive health. But the suggestion always leads to quizzical […]

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Preventing Equine Ulcers with Better Feed Practices and Supplements

There’s a lot of conventional wisdom out there about diagnosing and treating ulcers – yet ulcers continue to be a prevalent problem for horses. The “Your Horse Ulcer Free” series will equip you with the […]

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